Monday, November 17, 2014

TracFone, The No-Contract plan that Lets You Do Everything For Less

Curious about why you should come to TracFone? TracFone's low prices and no contract plans are why you'll make the switch; it’s our multiple benefits that what will make you stay.

Sign up for a No Contract plan with no activation fee and you're on your way to savings. There are many plans to choose from and 90-day plans with talk, text and data start at just $19.99. And if TracFone ends up not being the right fit for you, there's no penalty. We'll miss you, but with no cancellation fees, you won't be penalized.

See below for some of the many great benefits TracFone has to offer.

Unbeatable Nationwide Coverage
Just because you’re paying a for a low-price phone service doesn’t mean you’ll miss out on quality service. TracFone uses the same towers as the well-known, big cellular carriers, meaning you get Unbeatable Nationwide Coverage, for less. Whether you’re in Tulsa, Ok. or Cleveland, Oh., you’ll be able to talk, text and surf.

Learn more about TracFone’s coverage here:

We get it. No phone user is the same, that's why at TracFone we let you carryover your unused minutes, as long as your service is active. So, if you're more likely to text your friends instead of call, your unused minutes rollover.

See how to Carryover here:

If you have a friend looking to cut their phone bill or start saving money, refer them to TracFone and we'll give you up to $30 when they make the switch. The process is easy and rewarding.

Visit our Refer-A-Friend page to learn more:

Trac'N'Save Program
Saving money doesn't stop with a low-price plan, the savings continue you when you enroll in our Trac'N'Save program, free when you sign up for TracFone.

Start saving while you shop here:

Keep-up with us and new ways to save on our Facebook and Twitter pages:


Monday, October 20, 2014

Help Fight Breast Cancer with TracFone

It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and for the fifth year in a row, TracFone is rallying to support Susan G. Komen. This October, we’re selling a limited edition pink LG 306G TracFone exclusively at select Dollar General stores.  Purchase the exclusive, pink phone in October and we’ll donate 10% of the sale price to the Susan G. Komen foundation. Last year we donated $29,715 with your help! 

The LG 306G is an excellent phone and incredibly user-friendly. It has a 3.2” touchscreen, a 2 MP camera/video recorder, and 3G/Wi-Fi capability. The phone also comes with Triple Minutes for Life, meaning you can purchase any airtime card from TracFone and we’ll triple your minutes.

The Susan G. Komen organization has been supporting breast cancer treatment and patients since 1982. Their funds support research, treatment, screening, and education for people around the world.  To learn more about the Susan G. Komen Foundation and their fight to end breast cancer, please visit:

TracFone is proud to support breast cancer treatment and research awareness. Buy a TracFone this October and you can help us make a difference.

Find your local Dollar General store here:

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Say “Goodbye” to Germs

A phone is a personal item, yet many studies have found that the average cell phone carries as much bacteria as a public doorknob. We thought it might be a good idea to show how you can disinfect your phone now that it’s time for some fall cleaning.

1. Turn off your phone and remove the protective case (if you use one).
2. Dip a cotton swab in diluted rubbing alcohol and gently rub it over your phone’s buttons and keypad. Be careful not to get any rubbing alcohol in the phone or under the keyboard.*
3. Dampen a cotton ball with rubbing alcohol and go over any other plastic parts.
4. Dip a cotton swab in water and wipe the camera lens with a swirling motion. Dry immediately.
5. Dampen a microfiber cloth with water and wipe down the front screen.
6. Give your phone a few minutes to dry and clean the phone case.
7. Snap the case back on and cross cleaning your phone off your fall cleaning list!

*Disclaimer: Do not get any rubbing alcohol or water under the keyboard or in the interior of the phone. Any moisture inside the phone may damage it permanently.

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Get FREE airtime while saving money with Trac’N’Save!

When you subscribe to TracFone you have the opportunity to join the exclusive Trac’N’Save savings club for FREE. Trac’N’Save offers coupons and promotions from major retailers and brands so you can save on groceries, home goods, clothing, and more.

In addition, you can also earn TracBucks Rewards, a benefit where you earn up to 20% in TracBucks when you shop with participating retailers. Through the Trac’N’Save club you can see how many TracBucks you can earn at each retailer. For example, if a retailer offers 5% TracBucks then you will earn TracBucks equivalent to 5% of your total purchase. You can then redeem TracBucks for airtime services.

To start saving now click here and join the club for free. Then simply browse by category to shop merchants, print coupons, and earn TracBucks.

Enjoy your savings!

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Go Back to School With TracFone!

Going to a new school is exciting, but it can also be a source of worry if your child will be farther away. Consider getting them their first cell phone from TracFone so you can stay in touch.

TracFone offers 90-day no-contract plans for just $19.99 and has nationwide coverage on America’s best networks. There’s great flexibility in plan options, and each plan offers unlimited carryover of text, data, and minutes, so you’ll only pay for what they use.

Your child will also love our wide selection of Android smartphones, with touchscreens and built-in cameras, and access to lots of free games in the Google app store. They’ll get a phone they’re not embarrassed to use and you’ll have peace of mind knowing they’re just a phone call away. 

Monday, August 4, 2014

Protect Your Phone

Your phone can be as precious as your wallet or keys, and yet it’s more fragile and vulnerable than either. Here are our top 5 tips to protect you and your phone:

1. Password protect your phone.
Yes, it’s annoying to enter a password every time you use your phone but it could save you a lot of trouble if you ever lose it. A full alphanumeric password is the most secure, but pattern unlocks and pins work well too.

2. Don’t allow automatic connections.
Most phones will “remember” and try to connect to any Wi-Fi network they’ve accessed in the past. This convenience makes sense at home but could work against you in public. Disable automatic connections to prevent anyone from connecting to your phone without your knowing it.

3. Look for “https:” in the address.
When you’re making a purchase online always look at the web address to make sure it’s “https”. This indicates a higher level of security that’s been set up to transmit financial information privately.

4. Consider buying a “find your phone” app.
Most Android phones will let you locate and remotely wipe your phone through your Google account. Check to see if your phone is equipped with this service and if not, download an app that offers these features. You'll be glad you did if you ever lose your phone.

5. Consider getting a TracFone Easy Exchange plan.
TracFone offers two coverage options to protect your phone in the event that something goes wrong. Easy Exchange is an annual plan that covers electrical failure and mechanical failure. Easy Exchange Plus can be purchased monthly and covers electrical and mechanical failure, as well as accidental damage and liquid damage. Learn more at:

Monday, July 28, 2014

How Much Data Do You Need?

With TracFone data cards you can amp up your data to get the web access you need. Data can be added in blocks of 300 MB, 750 MB, and 2 GB, but how do you know how much data is right for you?

Really, your data needs all depend on which functions of your phone you use most. For example, sending an email only uses about 75 kilobytes, while a streaming an hour of Pandora uses 29 MB.

Small data cards are perfect if you mainly want to surf the web or send email. With 300 MB you could look at 246 web pages or send around 4,096 emails. But a small data card becomes a problem if you want to stream anything.

On the high end, 2 GB is overkill if you’re only sending email (you could send 27,962 emails before running out of data) but it’s perfect for other services. With 2 GB you could use Google Maps for 57 hours or stream music for 70 hours.

TracFone data can be added at any time (as long as your service is active) and offers Carryover so you can use all the data you pay for. To shop for plans go to: