Reddit Reddit reviews Motorola Moto E Android Prepaid Phone with Triple Minutes (Tracfone)

We found 12 Reddit comments about Motorola Moto E Android Prepaid Phone with Triple Minutes (Tracfone). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Motorola Moto E Android Prepaid Phone with Triple Minutes (Tracfone)
Android 4.4 (KitKat) OS4.3" qHD display with Corning Gorilla glass5 megapixel camera/video recorder1.2GHz dual-core processor3G/WiFi capable. In order to keep your service active, you must add any of our TracFone service cards.
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12 Reddit comments about Motorola Moto E Android Prepaid Phone with Triple Minutes (Tracfone):

u/dmazzoni · 23 pointsr/legaladvice

You can get a brand-new Android phone for only $20. Just never activate it and connect via WiFi only. Make sure that their app works on the somewhat-older version of Android this phone runs. There are quite a few more choices if you want to spend up to $50.

u/Tungsten_Toenail · 16 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Here is an Amazon link to a $20 Android Trackphone. You don't even need to put minutes on the thing, you just need the OS to run whatever app Nintendo puts out.

That being said, I'm sorry you need to jump through this additional hoop and pay for this additional expense. It is silly and stupid that Nintendo has decided to do things this way.

u/delecti · 13 pointsr/Games

A $20 piece of junk android phone can run android apps too, or a ~$150 iPod Touch for iPhone apps.

^And ^fuck ^Jake, ^ruining ^his ^mom's ^phone, ^grubby ^fingered ^brat. ^^^^Shit, ^^^^i ^^^^may ^^^^be ^^^^getting ^^^^old

So lets not go too crazy. This is a dumb decision, a really dumb decision. I feel bad for anyone looking forward to online play on their Switch. But this isn't anywhere near a $1000 extra cost for customers, and it's deceptive to try and argue that.

u/ebola_flakes_II · 3 pointsr/audiobooks

Motorola Moto E Tracphone. I bought this a few weeks ago on Amazon for $19.99. Microsd and Smart Audiobook Player and you're good to go. Looks like the device is now $36 on Amazon.

u/profnutbutter · 3 pointsr/shittykickstarters

Not a bad idea, but a slightly different use case since the Moto E is definitely larger and doesn't have the hardware media buttons on it. That being said, you can pick up one for like $50 and it makes a great little Wifi smart device, like an Android iPod.

Edit: Also, very very recently, I believe the LG Optimus 2 was on sale for $20 off-contract on Amazon.

u/robotmaker · 2 pointsr/homeautomation

Thanks! The phones are one of my favorite things I've done. They're super cheap and give a ton of functionality. I usually keep an eye out for cheap carrier-locked cell phones ( that sell for <$20. That Moto E I linked is pretty fantastic. For $18 you can boot it up and link it to a google account, but just not activate cell service. The ones I have wall mounted are plugged in and are screen-always-on with a screen saver. I have a few acting as "remotes" where they're set to unlock on motion, so when you pick up the phone the screen turns right to my HADashboard controller for whichever room its in. That Moto E will give me about 5 days battery life with that config.

u/kingcolex · 2 pointsr/pokemongo

Probably not, a cheap solution would be to buy a prepaid Android phone or a Blu phone. The moto E is 20$ and should be able to play it, bypass activation by removing the prepaid sim.

Motorola Moto E Android Prepaid Phone with Triple Minutes (Tracfone)

u/elzilio · 1 pointr/SwagBucks
u/attackofmilk · 1 pointr/personalfinance

Not sure if you'd be interested in using a Tracfone, but you can buy a one-year Tracfone card for $100 (which averages ~$8 a month for the year if you don't need any more minutes). Personally, I bought the Motorola Moto E as a Tracfone phone for $20 (amazon link) and got a case for an additional $10. If you can stand the limits on minutes, texting, and data, the price is a lot better than the standard $30-a-month phone plans you usually see.

(Also, a word about minutes. The 400-minute one-year card, after tripling actually gives you 1200 minutes in three separate buckets. So you get 1200 minutes to call people, 1200 text messages to send or receive, and 1200 MB of data. So the limited minutes on Tracfone might go a bit farther than you'd expect. You can also buy a card that gives you 1000 texts for $5 if you need to refill on your texting specifically.)

The initial cost of the $100 card sucks to pay up front, but the monthly average of it is worth it.

u/luckyleighton · 1 pointr/TracFone

This phone goes for $20. Has kit kat. Small screen, not much ram or on board memory. Works fine. Memory is upgradable through SD card.

u/Neil_Patrick_Bateman · 1 pointr/Android

Technically it says no "visible defects" that go beyond normal wear and tear. That's not a visible defect...

I'm also considering buying a motorola e or something. But I don't know how they consider something "worth" $20. I mean, could I buy a $30 phone, in box, and send it to them unopened? Are they still going to value it "used" and say it's not "worth" $30? Like this?

Edit: also seems like the $20 clause is deleted from the site now :/