Just this moment I used 93528 on a 450 minute card and a double minutes for life phone and successfully gained 50 bonus minutes (450 x 2 = 900 + 50 = 950). I entered the card's pin number and the bonus code on line, using TracFone.com, in case that matters.
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Here is a link to their site. Scroll to the bottom. On the right side you can give your e Mail address and within 24 to 48 hours you will receive a code for $5 off your order. Shipping is free. I have not tested this so YMMV. http://www.shopko.com/category/Custo...uts?&pageSize=
Tracfone is now offering Bring Your Own Verizon CDMA Smartphone that automatically receive TMFL status (triple-triple the airtime): There remains the question of exactly which Verizon CDMA models are acceptable for use with Tracfone (there are restrictions).. http://tracfonewireless.com/byop/
Another Tracfone branded smartphone appears to be on the way, the LG Optimus Dynamic 2 (LG39C) Yes, the smartphones are more expensive to buy, but the same price to operate as what you now use.
Indications are starting to appear on the buy phones page that they may be switching normal (non smartphones) Tracfones to this new airtime system. Smartphones may become the future for Tracfone service.
Just added 60 minutes 90 day card and got 90 bonus minutes for a total of 150 minutes using code 72685. I have a Kyocera 126c that someone bought Nov./Dec. 2007, so I'm almost postive that it is not a DMFL phone. I saw someone on here suggest that another person must have a DMFL phone because they no longer give out 90 bonus minutes. Just wanted to clear that up, so once again 60 minutes + 90 bonus minutes.
cubscardinals said: Just added 60 minutes 90 day card and got 90 bonus minutes for a total of 150 minutes using code 72685. I have a Kyocera 126c that someone bought Nov./Dec. 2007, so I'm almost postive that it is not a DMFL phone. I saw someone on here suggest that another person must have a DMFL phone because they no longer give out 90 bonus minutes. Just wanted to clear that up, so once again 60 minutes + 90 bonus minutes. I remember that phone...it is a DMFL
Larryslug;18131192 said: I remember that phone...it is a DMFL
I remember the K126, I have four of them in a box somewhere. They weren't DMFL when I activated them, and I don't recall the phone ever becoming DMFL. In fact, the only DMFL CDMA phone I can remember from that era was the LG 3280. Certainly not the $9.99 Kyocera.
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