Wednesday, July 27, 2011

TracFone is Cool this Summer

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



Summer is here, and my kids are all over the place.  I have five children and they all have different activities this summer.  I want them to have cell phones so they can call me to come get them, and keep in touch when they are away at camp.  Unfortunately, it can get rather costly trying to add them to my cell phone plan.  Trying to split minutes and all of that is just too complicated.  I've been thinking about TracFone since I saw a commercial on TV recently.  It's a much less expensive way to have cell phone service for my family this summer.  The coverage is amazing, and there are lots of name-brand phones to choose from.  I love that you can pay as you go, instead of having a contract that I'm stuck with for 2 years!


I love the one year service cards, get double the minutes for the lifetime of your phone, and 800 minutes for $119.00!  "Double minutes for the life of your phone" can be purchased separately for only $19.99 but some phones come with it already.   Choose plans with 200 minutes for under $30 and even plans that are $9.99 for 50 minutes.  There are many possibilities! Check them out here real TracFone customers.

You can also call over 60 countries for the same price as calling in the U.S.  Also, the International Neighbors plan lets you give your friends and family in Mexico or Canada a local number to reach you on your TracFone!  That's an amazing deal! Look here for more info: real TracFone customers.

There are simple phones for calling and texting for as little as $9.99.  There are also phones that have cameras, web access, apps, mp3, and QWERTY keyboards starting at $29.99.  For more information on these awesome phones, check out these videos: and  

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Ingrid Ames said...

Wow, that is great info! I had not heard about the TracFone before. It sounds like what I need for my dauhgter. :)

mattscraftywife said...

Thank you Ingrid! :)