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Motorola Moto e5 16GB Tracfone w/1500 Min/Text/Data & BT Headphones $69.99 Free S/H @ HSN

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HSN has the Moto e5 for $69.99 w/ free s/h. This is a $10 price drop from previous price. New users can apply code "NEW2019" for an extra $10 off and Discover card is offering 5% cashback on Paypal purchases. I was able to do both.

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Motorola Moto e5 5.7" 16GB Tracfone w/1500 Min/Text/Data & BT Headphones

Specs:
5.7" 1440x720 HD+ IPS display (18:9 aspect ratio)
Qualcomm MSM8917 Snapdragon 425 1.4GHz Quad-Core Processor
2GB RAM / 16GB Onboard Storage
microSD card slot
Cameras: 8 MP rear / 5 MP front
4000mAh battery
Android 8.1 Oreo

The product description lists the headphones as model HBS-730.
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Thanks! Beat me to the post. I purchased yesterday at $79.99, and they price adjusted to 69.99 this morning.
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Can I unlock it?
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Can I unlock it?
Only after a year of service
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Good deal for a backup phone and service. But I don't want to go back to micro usb.
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I considered upgrading to this from the LG Fiesta 2 but it seems like more of a lateral move since most of the specifications are the same. I also read that while the battery is 4000mAh it consumes more idle power than average. In the end I bought a 3gb 365 day card for $50 on ebay.
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I considered upgrading to this from the LG Fiesta 2 but it seems like more of a lateral move since most of the specifications are the same. I also read that while the battery is 4000mAh it consumes more idle power than average. In the end I bought a 3gb 365 day card for $50 on ebay.
Probably a better deal since you get more data. I have several of the F2's that get used as wifi devices around the house, good battery life.
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You just got me a $10 (+ tax) refund because I bought this phone from them in the past 30 days. Thanks!

To the guy who said that this is a lateral move from the Fiesta 2: it pretty much is. The Fiesta 2 was my last phone, and really a battery marathoner. The e5 isn't as high quality in the battery department (though only slightly less so), but you get some SLIGHT upgrades in other areas (newer version of Android, etc.). I'd say the e5 is the better deal right now because, as Oregon14 said, you get 1500 minutes instead of 1200. If both phones were on sale for the same price and both had 1500 minutes, I would have probably gone with the Fiesta 2 again.
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Is this a CDMA version or a GSM version E5?
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Is this a CDMA version or a GSM version E5?
It is in the specs on the product page.

"Mode:GSM - B2, B3, B5, B8; CDMA - BC0, BC1, BC10; UTMS - B1, B2, B4, B5, B8; LTE - B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B7, B8, B12 ,B13, B17, B20, B25, B26, B28, B29, B30, B38, B41, B66; Verizon Compatible Only"
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Thank you for the NEW2019 coupon!!!
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The E series are good emergency devices. I use an ancient Moto E2 ($10 BF 4 years ago), and it's great for 2FA and Google prompts. The battery lasts like 2 weeks in airplane.

I bought the Zenfone Live, which came with the F2 for free. It's a massive device by any measure...
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"ends today" on the web site linkPeace
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Thanks! Beat me to the post. I purchased yesterday at $79.99, and they price adjusted to 69.99 this morning.
You can call HSN within a month of purchase and get a price adjustment, if you find their price has lowered. I've done this a few times. Also did it for the Moto e5.
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Seems OOS
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