Yes. She said you can transfer over your minutes and you will get the triple triple. So you will have 1200 minutes for talk, text and data. If that is for a year, you will get 90 more days with the 600 minute card they are including. It's a great deal.
I have several questions concerning the Galaxy Centura that I am hoping someone can provide answers.
I currently have the LG 840 tracphone. I can access the internet from any hotspot and not have it deduct any minutes. How does that differ with the Samsung Galaxy Centura?? Do I use data minutes to access the internet and, therefore, using the internet is not free with this phone?
Also, does it use only wifi signal found at hotspots (like McDonalds etc) to access the internet or can I access the internet from anywhere? I am not tech savy and do not quite understand all of this 'new' technology.
Am just trying to figure out what is better with this Galaxy Centura phone and what are the added benefits of using this phone over the LG840 I currently have. Especially since I don't use any minutes to access the internet but with the Galaxy It seems that I am using minutes only it is called data.
Jeanellen, the difference is that when you use wi-fi, either from a McDonalds, Starbucks, etc. or your home if you have wi-fi at home, none of your minutes for surfing the web are deducted/used. But if you are somewhere that there is no wi-fi and you need the internet, or to send a photo, etc then you can use this phone to do that through its 3G/4G phone connection, and it will use your data minutes. This is true of both phones. The Centura is a better phone for many reasons, mainly because it's a true Android phone with an easy to use infrastructure and many useful apps. It all depends on what is important to you in how you use it. No, wi-fi is not "everywhere," it is free at mcDonalds and other places, but otherwise you must pay to access it in one way or another.
dont get too excited. having the total minutes transferred is a nightmare if over 1100. You cant understand anyone at tracfone and they don't know what they're doing. Got all that sorted but still cant activate voicemail or redeem google play card ...have emailed them 3 times and surprise...NO response
I activated both mine and husbands phones online. He had under 1000 minutes and I had over 1500 minutes. Both added the correct number of transferred minutes in each bucket. After the phone was activated and working, I went back and clicked on add airtime. I put in the pin that was on the hsn receipt and it gave me the bonus minutes in the correct buckets. I don't know if it's because we both have a samsung phone or what but it worked online for me.
I did have trouble with voice mail going off and taking a phone call. I found out from playing with it that the setup doesn't turn on the voice mail. You have to call in and use the menu. #1 is the number that turns on voice mail. You would think that it would be turned on when you set it up but I guess not. Nice it that would have been in the book.
This is the third HSN Today's Special Tracfone I have purchased, they just keep getting better and better. The Tracfone setup worked perfectly: my 541 minutes and years of service I had left transferred correctly and added to the new 600 triple plan. I have 3 questions now:
1 Re the Google Play $25 credit: When I try to activate following the instructions given, it tells me the code has already been used. I emailed the Customer Support at Quantum Marketing, I got a standard reply that my request was received. That was 3 days ago and I still don't have the credit or a reply from Quantum.
2. I am used to having a Prepaid menu on all other Tracfones so I can clearly see my usage and minutes left. How is it accessed on this phone?
3. If I set the phone for wifi access, will it warn me beforehand if I try to access the web without wifi (i.e., using my data plan?)