TracFone TCL Flip 2, 8GB, Black – Prepaid Flip Phone (Locked)
Get a prepaid phone fit for you with the Alcatel TCL My Flip 2 from Tracfone and enjoy unbeatable nationwide coverage™ on America’s largest and most dependable networks with no contract and no activation or cancellation fees. This flip phone fits conveniently in any pocket or bag, and it comes with everything you need to connect with family and friends, including a high-quality camera and up to 6.8 hours of talk time. If you need to capture the moment, this phone has you covered with a high-quality camera. Get the Alcatel TCL My Flip 2 and choose a plan with Unlimited Talk & Text with Unlimited Carryover from Tracfone today. *Unlimited Carryover®: For Unlimited Talk & Text Smartphone plans, any unused data after your service end date will carryover to the next cycle if active service is maintained and in use with any Unlimited Talk & Text Smartphone plan. For other service plans, any unused minutes, texts and data will not expire as long as any Tracfone service plan is active and in use within any six-month period.
Wi-Fi Capable; Bluetooth Capable; Internet Access; 2MP Camera & Video Recorder; Externa Caller ID; Supports Micro SD memory card up to 128GB (not included)
BIG BUTTONS and large, legible numbers and make dialing effortless. POWERFUL SPEAKER ensures every conversation will be loud and clear.
Carrier: This phone is locked to Tracfone, which means this device can only be used on the Tracfone wireless network.
Unlimited Talk, Text and Data plans starting as low as $20/month
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