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TracFone LG Rebel + 1 Year of Service with 1200 MIN/1200 Text/1200MB, US $49.99+ tax, free shipping

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Brand:
TracFone

Storage Capacity: 8GB Model:
L44

Features: 3G Data Capable, 4G Data Capable, Accelerometer, Bluetooth Enabled, GPS, Internet Browser, Speakerphone, Touchscreen, TTY Compatible, Voice-Activated Dialing, Wi-Fi Capable MPN:
TFLGL44VCP

Specification
•4G LTE
•4.5" touchscreen display
•Android 5.1 (Lollipop)
•1.1GHz quad-core processor
•5MP camera/2MP front facing camera/video recorder
•WiFi capable
•Bluetooth v4.1 wireless technology
•Access to over 1,000,000 apps and more on Google Play
•MP3 player
•Proximity sensor
•A-GPS/GPS capabilities
•Talk Time: up to 9 h
•Standby Time: up to 9 days


Camera Resolution: 5.0MP Network: TracFone
Bundled Items: Car Charger, Case Contract: Prepaid
Screen Size: 4.5" Color:
Black

Lock Status: Network Locked Operating System: Android
Processor: Quad Core Style: Bar
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Is it possible to transfer the service to a sim card (BYOP)?
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Would I be able to swap the SIM and use this year of service with another phone?
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Anyone interested be aware there are two models of LG Rebel tracfones. This one (the most common) is CDMA tech meant for use with Verison. The other is the L43AL and is GSM meant for AT&T and possibly others, mostly in more rural areas. I have had the CDMA version of this for a few months now and have been fairly happy with it for a basic "smartish" phone to supplement my work phone. This model has been around over a year and would be considered an old model at this point but I think this is actually a pretty good deal IF you want tracfone and IF you just need basic functions like checking email or the weather and using some basic apps. The year of service and minutes/date would cost $100 or more from tracfone direct.
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Would I be able to swap the SIM and use this year of service with another phone?
for past year or so what you have to do is transfer your service to this phone (as airtime is tied to phone) and then you transfer service from this new phone to whatever BYOD sim or other tracfone device (even back to the original one you had). Each time you do this make sure to take a screen shot before the trasnfer as lots of times they miss transferring over time/minutes/data so they have to fix it manually after transfer of service. Easiest way to do transfers is using their chat.
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Far as I know, you need to "activate" this device on tracfone (which will set you up with the minutes & service time on this device), then you should be able to transfer your account (with service time and minutes) to another phone (say, a CDMA/verizon BYOP - just buy a $1 starter/activation kit).

The catch is that you cannot combine service time and minutes of multiple lines, at all. Say you already have a BYOP with 400mins/600txt/750MB remaining, activating this and then attempting to transfer to the existing BYOP line will OVERRIDE and wipe out your old mins/txt/data.

Someone please correct me if I'm wrong.

BTW, I believe this is a good deal. Unfortunate that it's not able to be combined with a Visa Checkout discount.
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Far as I know, you need to "activate" this device on tracfone (which will set you up with the minutes & service time on this device), then you should be able to transfer your account (with service time and minutes) to another phone (say, a CDMA/verizon BYOP - just buy a $1 starter/activation kit).

The catch is that you cannot combine service time and minutes of multiple lines, at all. Say you already have a BYOP with 400mins/600txt/750MB remaining, activating this and then attempting to transfer to the existing BYOP line will OVERRIDE and wipe out your old mins/txt/data.

Someone please correct me if I'm wrong.

BTW, I believe this is a good deal. Unfortunate that it's not able to be combined with a Visa Checkout discount.
This is not true at least as of 4 months ago I bought a phone with 1 year of service like this and all my existing time/minutes transferred over and stacked on top
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Would I be able to swap the SIM and use this year of service with another phone?
Tracfone CDMA phones historically have never had SIM Cards, I can not say for sure if newer models do or not, some models are dual tech GSM/CDMA phones (this model I dont believe is). So it is possible it doesn't even have a SIM. So i cant answer your question for sure about swapping SIM but you should certainly be able to xfer the balance to another phone if you didn't like this particular model.
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This is not true at least as of 4 months ago I bought a phone with 1 year of service like this and all my existing time/minutes transferred over
so you transferred your BYOP # into the new number, or the reverse?
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This is not true at least as of 4 months ago I bought a phone with 1 year of service like this and all my existing time/minutes transferred over and stacked on top
Was it a smartphone?
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I've been reading the comments and I have a question. Need a phone for a teenager to be able to call or text us. Using the internet is not required. I haven't done much research as we thought about adding to our AT&T plan. This is obviously much cheaper over a year period. I assume this will have a phone number and there are no other hidden fees? Would this be good for a teenager that needs it only for emergencies? Thanks in advance.
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so you transferred your BYOP # into the new number, or the reverse?
no new number, I transfered service (and number) from my existing device onto a new device with the one year of service. My old service rolled over and I kept my same existing number. At that point you can transfer service/airtime/number back to your preferred device

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I've been reading the comments and I have a question. Need a phone for a teenager to be able to call or text us. Using the internet is not required. I haven't done much research as we thought about adding to our AT&T plan. This is obviously much cheaper over a year period. I assume this will have a phone number and there are no other hidden fees? Would this be good for a teenager that needs it only for emergencies? Thanks in advance.
sure this would be good for that. But don't be surprised if your teen really starts using it. I'd suggest toggling off the data as the phone will use up data from time to time, especially if you install apps/mail
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no new number, I transfered service (and number) from my existing device onto a new device with the one year of service. My old service rolled over and I kept my same existing number. At that point you can transfer service/airtime/number back to your preferred device
Awesome, thanks. I might just have to try that. wave
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Was it a smartphone?
yes it was
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sure this would be good for that. But don't be surprised if your teen really starts using it. I'd suggest toggling off the data as the phone will use up data from time to time, especially if you install apps/mail

Thanks for the response. I appreciate it.
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