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Net10 Wireless: Buy 1-Month $50 8GB Prepaid Plan Card, Get Upgraded to Unlimited 4G LTE Plan + Samsung Galaxy On5 Smartphone for $9.99 - $59.99 + Free S/H ($45/Mo. w/ AutoPay)

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"Purchase a Samsung Galaxy On5 with a $50 Service Plan and receive All Unlimited 4G LTE Data, Talk and Text" Steps:
  1. Add phone to cart for $29.99
  2. Add $50 (30-Day) Plan card to cart
    • Note: This promo will upgrade the standard $50/mo plan from 8GB 4G LTE data to Unlimited 4G LTE data every month for the same price
  3. A $20 discount will automatically apply, making the phone only $9.99
  4. Price: Phone ($9.99) + $50 Plan Card = $59.99 + Free Shipping
More info:
  • You can use the activated SIM w/ unlimited plan attached in another compatible phone
  • After your 1st prepaid month from this deal is up, you may continue on the Unlimited Talk, Text & 4G LTE promotional plan for $50/mo. (or $45/mo. w/ AutoPay)
  • Phone and plan operate on the T-Mobile network through Net10 (phone specs [samsung.com])
  • Video typically streams at DVD quality
  • No-contract prepaid service. Cancel anytime.
  • TracFone unlock policy (12-months active service, info [tfwunlockpolicy.com])
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meh... I don't think this is worth anywhere close to $60. i got the T-mobile version for free with a refill card a year ago. It's ok for very basic use (call, text, light web-surfing and music/video streaming). We only use it as backup coz of its limited specs (subpar camera, slow CPU, limited RAM, and very limited storage). I really cannot run too many apps at the same time coz it becomes unbearably slow. And don't even think about installing many apps. It does have decent battery life and I have not really experienced any problems with it, but you do get what you pay for. If I could turn back time, I would have at least gotten a different one with more internal storage.
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meh... I don't think this is worth anywhere close to $60. i got the T-mobile version for free with a refill card a year ago. It's ok for very basic use (call, text, light web-surfing and music/video streaming). We only use it as backup coz of its limited specs (subpar camera, slow CPU, limited RAM, and very limited storage). I really cannot run too many apps at the same time coz it becomes unbearably slow. And don't even think about installing many apps. It does have decent battery life and I have not really experienced any problems with it, but you do get what you pay for. If I could turn back time, I would have at least gotten a different one with more internal storage.
Wow, I recall those deals Smilie

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Thanks for helping with feedback on the device. Figured this offer could help anyone on or interested in Net10. Maybe not so much the phone itself to be honest laugh out loud But maybe to lock-in the upgrade from the 8GB/month plan to the Unlimited 4G LTE promo plan on T-Mobile towers at $45/mo with autopay while the offer is still valid for new/existing Net10 customers.

These lower-end devices I've seen folks on the forums generally suggest using as MP3 players/music streaming at the gym, FM radio players with headphones or donating to shelters, etc. Hope it helps someone Smilie
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These lower-end devices I've seen folks on the forums generally suggest using as MP3 players/music streaming at the gym, FM radio players with headphones or donating to shelters, etc. Hope it helps someone https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
Yes, the phone is probably ok for such uses since the its specs pretty much limit what you can do with it. Like I said, it worked fine as long as it's within its capabilities. But I personally would not pay $60 for this particular phone since you can probably find similar priced ones with slightly more internal storage, or a bit more RAM to make it more usable.
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Yes, the phone is probably ok for such uses since the its specs pretty much limit what you can do with it. Like I said, it worked fine as long as it's within its capabilities. But I personally would not pay $60 for this particular phone since you can probably find similar priced ones with slightly more internal storage, or a bit more RAM to make it more usable.
I agree. It genuinely amazes me to see the kind of devices you can get for less than $100 these days. The $40 Verizon Prepaid Moto E4, $20 Straight Talk/Simple Mobile Huawei Sensa LTE & $10 Simple Mobile LG Fiesta LTE are some fairly recent examples that come to mind Smilie

I think in the case of this Samsung On5, they're actually just having you buy the $50 30-day plan card at face value; then giving you a free bump from 8GB of data to an unlimited LTE data plan as a bonus, plus the phone for only $9.99 ($60 total for everything).
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