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64GB TracFone Motorola Moto G Power Smart Phone (2020) Locked/CDMA EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 64GB TracFone Motorola Moto G Power Smart Phone (2020) Locked / CDMA on sale for $117.73 -> now $117.59. *Requires 12 months on Tracfone to unlock. Shipping is free. Thanks RevOne

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Specs
  • 6.4" 2300x1080 Full HD+ IPS Display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 Octa-Core Processor
  • 4GB RAM
  • 64GB Internal Storage
  • microSD Card Slot
  • Fingerprint Sensor (rear)
  • 802.11ac WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0 LE, FM radio
  • Cameras: 16MP (wide) + 8MP (ultrawide) + 2MP (macro) triple rear, 16MP front
  • Stereo Speakers
  • IP57 Splash-resistance
  • USB Type C w/ 10W Fast Charging
  • 3.5mm Headphone Jack
  • 5000 mAh Battery
  • Android 10
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  • Check YMMV AMEX offer for an extra $10 off here [amazon.com]
  • For use with Tracfone's CDMA (Verizon network) prepaid plans (see here [tracfone.com])
  • Also compatible w/ Straight Talk, Total Wireless & Net10.
  • Not compatible with any other services (except Straight Talk, Total Wireless & Net10) until unlocked from Tracfone.
  • Can be used as a WiFi-only device / mini-tablet (no activation or service required).
Specs
  • 6.4" 2300x1080 Full HD+ IPS display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 octa-core processor
  • 4GB RAM
  • 64GB internal storage
  • microSD card slot
  • Fingerprint sensor (rear)
  • 802.11ac WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0 LE, FM radio
  • Cameras: 16MP (wide) + 8MP (ultrawide) + 2MP (macro) triple rear, 16MP front
  • Stereo speakers
  • IP57 Splash resistance
  • USB Type C w/ 10W Fast Charging
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • 5000 mAh Battery
  • Android 10
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Last Edited by UN0335 October 24, 2020 at 02:17 PM
Deal is not dead, just $5 more now.

mini review

I got this from ebay for around $148 for work because heavy use @ work was killing off the battery of my Pixel 3.
so my experiences are relative to the P3.
I love near stock android, few moto gimmicks that are there are actually useful like for camera and flashlight, screen is amazing, the punchhole camera is just at the right place, FP sensor is fast, tonnes of cases are available and 3.5mm jack - to connect to my Marshall Speaker at home and headphones at work - bye bye to BT headphones running out of battery.
Biggest Adv: It is impossible to kill the battery on this Moto. I listen to podcasts all day or FM radio [ yes it has that ] and when home, this is my primary netflix streaming device. I am getting nearly 2.5 - 3 days of battery from this.
dont expect pictures like the pixel - the P4a and may even the 3a will probably beat this Moto in camera but I knew that. My Pixel is my camera phone.
I think this would make a FINE primary phone, as long as you have big(ger) hands and know what the strong points of this are. otherwise its is a 2 hand kind of phone - as expected it does have its weight but this is where the 5000 mAh battery is.

while we are here, the moto g power G9 is coming soon
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Yes, 100%. You just don't throw the sim card into it. I do this with a few old phones for my kids.
Yes of course you can use it without a service plan for wifi. Keep in mind if your giving it to a young kid that even phones with no SIM or service can still dial 9-1-1.
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It's the mixed metaphor for the day.

Maybe add a literary touch "burn through data like water for chocolate".
I read it as they think its free and endless, like drinking tapwater or taking long showers.
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This works with straight talk, no unlock needed right?
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Tracfone user here, and have had this phone for about a week now (got it from the old HSN bundle deal before the price went up). I have been very pleased with it as it is a definite improvement from my prior Tracfone Moto G6 in every aspect other than being a little heavier. Definitely recommend it at this price.

FYI, after I transferred my number to the Moto G Power, I was able to unlock my old Moto G6 with Tracfone's online process (www.tfwunlockpolicy.com) so that old phone is now totally unlocked. Pretty sweet.
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Just to verify because I'm old.... This will work on total wireless with just throwing in a SIM card ?
Yes, plug and play.
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I got the consumer cellular model at target for $150 and an unlock code for $3 on ebay. Code came in 12 hours and the phone is completely unlocked. Even wifi calling works on T-Mobiles MetroPCS.
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Could I buy this and insert my verizon prepaid sim and get it to work? Would it have wifi calling?
No on either prepaid or postpaid Verizon or Xfinity..phone must be unlocked as they are not part of the Tracfone family (TW, TF, PagePlus, Net10, Simple Mobile). Who knows what the future holds as Verizon has purchased TF Wireless (America Movil)..their largest customer.
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I bought a tracphone moto G6 for my total wireless. It works without a hitch because they are the same company. In fact even the support phone numbers are the same. I ordered because I figure I can cancel if something better comes along before this is in stock again.
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Will this work with Xfinity Mobile SIM?
It's a locked phone.
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Looks like this would be a nice phone to use as a dedicated game streaming screen with the Razer Kishi controller (as long as it fits). TU
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I'm not sure that anyone can verify with absolute certainly that it will work without any hiccups for your situation, they can only verify based on their experiences or what they have read of others that it should work. If you end up having to get customer service involved things can get messy, depending on the rep, one might tell you the "tracfone" will not work on "total wireless". You can literally talk to one rep, call back 5 minutes later and talk to another one that will tell you something different. I have read through several post of deals and on other forums where the Tracfone "DL" model phones (which another poster has said the DCP is dual network like the DL) will work GSM AND CDMA on all of Tracfone sister companies. I myself have had 3 different DL phones that interchanged in the particular way I wanted to use them, for example a Straight Talk phone marketed as CDMA working on Tracfone GSM. I personally believe that yes this should work fine with Total Wireless, but certainly am not someone who can "verify" it 100%. If I weren't expected that I might change my kids over to AT&T prepaid in the near future I'd be all over this but going to hold out for an unlocked G power.
I bought this phone a month ago and I have just tried it on total wirless and it works fine.
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I bought a tracphone moto G6 for my total wireless. It works without a hitch because they are the same company. In fact even the support phone numbers are the same. I ordered because I figure I can cancel if something better comes along before this is in stock again.
Same. Total Wireless family plan customer as well. I have an $80 unlocked Moto G6 refurb from a Best Buy deal in Spring 2019. Noticed that battery life is starting to not be what it used to be so figured I'd jump on this in case the G6's battery life continues to worsen and nothing else better shows up during Black Friday. This meets my needs for a decent phone in the ~$100 price range. I buy Moto E's and G's (and an occasional ZTE back when I was on Cricket) on sale every 18-24 months and they meet my needs and keeps me relatively current with Android updates (you usually only get one big update after whatever it ships with if you're lucky on a low end phone). My G6 is stuck on Android Pie.
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Question if my fiance gets this as her next Straight Talk phone: every time she's switched phones it's simple as taking the SIM card from one phone to the other. Is it the same proccess for this phone even though it is Tracfone branded?
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Since Verizon is shutting down CDMA at the end of the year, wouldn't one be able to use any LTE phone with the proper bands by January? LTE will be the "back-up" technology of 5G, right? Anyone have clarification?
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