October 29, 2011

Need A Cell Phone?

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of TracFone for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.







It's impossible to go anywhere and not see at least one person on their cell phone.  I know that mine phone is practically an extension of my body and honestly, I have no idea how I ever lived without one.  I really wish that I had had one as a kid and teen because it would have made me feel a lot safer.  TracFone is perfect for parents who want to be able to get in touch with their kids at all times or adults who want to stay in touch with their parents.  If that sounds like you, check out the Senior Value.  It doesn't cost very much and they have all kinds of phones to choose from, like Motorola's, LG's and even "Smart" phones.  You don't have to worry about contracts, credit checks, activation or cancelation fees.  TracFone has nationwide coverage.

How would you like to Get into Everywhereness without spending a fortune?  They offer several plan options, one of which will most likely be perfect for you.  There is the pay as you go, which you can do online or with cards that can be purchased at retail stores all over the country.  There is also a 1 year service card that gives you double minutes for the life of your TracFone and 800 minutes.  That plan only costs $119.00.  You can also purchase the double minutes for the life of your phone separately for less than $20.  If those plans don't sound right for you, you can choose monthly plans with 50-200 minutes for $9.99-$30.  Simple phones for simple needs, calling and texting capabilities for under $10.00.  Or you can go for an upgraded model with features like camera/video recorder, web access, app capabilities, mp3 player, and full QWERTY keyboard, for $29.99.

TracFone also offers international calling for no extra charge for over 60 destinations.  With the International Neighbors program, you can provide family and friends in Mexico or Canada a local phone number in those countries to reach you at your TracFone in the U.S.  Are you ready to Get into Everywhereness?

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2 comments:

Patrice Verde said...

I have heard the prepaid no-contract phones are more common is Europe and Asia than in the US. That's too bad, since we need to save money too.

No contract and no bills is a great idea, especially for elders on fixed incomes.

And as this video clearly hows, you need a cell phone in case of emergencies, too.

R.gers said...

I never use my mobile phone much. Infact while all my buddies have latest Androids and iPhones. I still have this ancient Sony Ericsson T230, which lags.