I’m trying to activate my new LG Andriod Fuel phone with a new #. During my activation process I’m asked at this current step to give an airtime/minutes PIN. Excuse me!? I’m supposed to get 1200 triple minutes FREE upon activation. If I’m incorrect then the sale and program I watched on HSN is misleading! I want my free my free airtime/minutes BEFORE I have to purchase any for activation!
I hope I follow the correct steps to transfer my old minutes and number to my new phone.I don’t wish to lose my old minutes.
Ok I was excited about my new phone that I did not do the retrieve your airtime PIN from Wireless Center BEFORE. I did the opposite. Now I seem to not be able to get my air time for my new phone can someone help me on this please? ..
how do i retreive my promotional airtime pin from the wireless center?
I also have ordered a TracFone and recieved it in the mail today. When I call the 1-888-222-8484 number listed in the HSN Welcome Guide, all it says is that the system is currently availiable. I have called it 4 times today, first time was at 1pm right after I recieved the package, agian at 2:30pm and 3:30pm. I just now tried for the 4th time, and like every single time before it, i get the same message. It this the correct phone number?
i dont have access to aphone–can i apply on line for an –airtime pin.
Hi davyboy2u, you will not need to purchase minutes to activate your phone. The steps for activation of the promotional minutes are outlined in the Welcome Guide included in your package. It is necessary to retrieve your promotional Airtime PIN from the Wireless Center BEFORE beginning the activation process through TracFone. The Triple Minutes for life when you purchase additional minutes, is programmed into the device. Let me know if you have any further questions, and I’ll be happy to assist you.
LOL! Diane is either a supreme liar or her jeans run crazy, stupid large. Also, I can’t stand it when someone stretches out an article of clothing. It’s so tacky. Does anyone really need THAT much room? Randolph Duke was always critical of vendors who did that stretch out thing. He said it wasn’t a good way to present clothing. His demeanor and presentations were always so elegant. I miss him.
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11.23.14 12:55 PM