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5.83" HD+ display
1.6GHz octa-core processor
Android 9.0 Pie operating system
32GB built-in memory and 2GB RAM
Camera: 8MP rear-facing; 5MP front-facing

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So-so deal, but CDMA only. Wish that CDMA/GSM would be in the description of all these phones so I don't have to dig through pages to get the specs just to find out.
TracFone does not support CDMA for Alaska numbers. I can get an out of state number and use CDMA on Verizon in a few places here, which is stupid, because I have a BYOP that gets an Alaska number from TracFone and works all over the country.
Other than that, TracFone has been great for me.
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Anyone have experience with this phone?
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Anyone have experience with this phone?
have mine on boost for about a week now. like it a lot and hope it gets 10 soon.
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I just have to be the first moron to ask if the 1500 minutes is per month or year. Someone always does, so it might as well be me. I like to beat people to it, especially the ones that can't and won't read.
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I just have to be the first moron to ask if the 1500 minutes is per month or year. Someone always does, so it might as well be me. I like to beat people to it, especially the ones that can't and won't read.
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I just have to be the first moron to ask if the 1500 minutes is per month or year. Someone always does, so it might as well be me. I like to beat people to it, especially the ones that can't and won't read.
The deal gave you 1500 minutes, 1500 texts and 1500MB of data, and you have 1 yr to use it, so in a way you can consider that to be per year.
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So-so deal, but CDMA only. Wish that CDMA/GSM would be in the description of all these phones so I don't have to dig through pages to get the specs just to find out.
TracFone does not support CDMA for Alaska numbers. I can get an out of state number and use CDMA on Verizon in a few places here, which is stupid, because I have a BYOP that gets an Alaska number from TracFone and works all over the country.
Other than that, TracFone has been great for me.
Just about all the TracFone devices I've seen out in the market today support both CDMA and GSM technologies. Typically when the description says the device is "CDMA only" it means they've equipped the phone with a Verizon Wireless (CDMA) TracFone (or whichever subsidiary operator like Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, net10, Straight Talk, etc) SIM card and added the bundled plan to its SIM ID at the time of shipping. All modern phones in the states support LTE anyway. At the time of writing this post almost all of their phones seem to interoperate with SIM cards from all of their other operators regardless of the cell network it's on. As an example you could buy a Simple Mobile phone you found on sale and pop in an active Straight Talk SIM card and it should work without issue regardless if the network you've selected (if the operator gives you a choice) is T-Mobile, AT&T, or Verizon. Because Verizon Wireless isn't the best everywhere I have to travel for work, as an example I was able to take advantage of a good deal a while back on a TracFone CDMA phone bundle. I also purchased a separate TracFone AT&T SIM from Amazon and called TracFone customer service to move the plan from the bundled TracFone Verizon SIM to the separate TracFone AT&T SIM and have continued to use the "CDMA only" phone on AT&T. Because you're moving from CDMA to GSM there are some technical settings they need to make on their end in their system to make the change. All this being said if this is a phone you think you'd like at a price you're willing to pay and you have time to work with their customer service to make the change it is possible to buy this bundle and a separate TracFone T-Mobile/AT&T SIM (usually for 99 cents) and call them to move it over. They might tell you the phone is not compatible but it should work anyway as long as the phone and network support the same bands available in your area. When you buy a new TracFone SIM kit it typically comes bundled with three different SIM cards in most regions (one for AT&T, one for T-Mobile, and one for Verizon). You pick the one you need from the kit and give them the new SIM ID to make the change. Their system does allow you to add airtime for a new SIM with included airtime to an existing SIM on an already active account but I have not had great success with that due to their system's limitations which for me has required human intervention.
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So-so deal, but CDMA only. Wish that CDMA/GSM would be in the description of all these phones so I don't have to dig through pages to get the specs just to find out.
TracFone does not support CDMA for Alaska numbers. I can get an out of state number and use CDMA on Verizon in a few places here, which is stupid, because I have a BYOP that gets an Alaska number from TracFone and works all over the country.
Other than that, TracFone has been great for me.
Just about all the TracFone devices I've seen out in the market today support both CDMA and GSM technologies. Typically when the description says the device is "CDMA only" it means they've equipped the phone with a Verizon Wireless (CDMA) TracFone (or whichever subsidiary operator like Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, net10, Straight Talk, etc) SIM card and added the bundled plan to its SIM ID at the time of shipping. All modern phones in the states support LTE anyway. At the time of writing this post almost all of their phones seem to interoperate with SIM cards from all of their other operators regardless of the cell network it's on. As an example you could buy a Simple Mobile phone you found on sale and pop in an active Straight Talk SIM card and it should work without issue regardless if the network you've selected (if the operator gives you a choice) is T-Mobile, AT&T, or Verizon. Because Verizon Wireless isn't the best everywhere I have to travel for work, as an example I was able to take advantage of a good deal a while back on a TracFone CDMA phone bundle. I also purchased a separate TracFone AT&T SIM from Amazon and called TracFone customer service to move the plan from the bundled TracFone Verizon SIM to the separate TracFone AT&T SIM and have continued to use the "CDMA only" phone on AT&T. Because you're moving from CDMA to GSM there are some technical settings they need to make on their end in their system to make the change. All this being said if this is a phone you think you'd like at a price you're willing to pay and you have time to work with their customer service to make the change it is possible to buy this bundle and a separate TracFone T-Mobile/AT&T SIM (usually for 99 cents) and call them to move it over. They might tell you the phone is not compatible but it should work anyway as long as the phone and network support the same bands available in your area. When you buy a new TracFone SIM kit it typically comes bundled with three different SIM cards in most regions (one for AT&T, one for T-Mobile, and one for Verizon). You pick the one you need from the kit and give them the new SIM ID to make the change. Their system does allow you to add airtime for a new SIM with included airtime to an existing SIM on an already active account but I have not had great success with that due to their system's limitations which for me has required human intervention.
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While this phone has other bands, only new Android Tracfones with "DL" in the model number are capable of different networks after unlocking. Several older Tracfones are still being sold that are Verizon only (without GSM bands).
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