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LG 800G Prepaid Phone With Triple Minutes (Tracfone)

by LG
3.6 out of 5 stars 1,403 customer reviews
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  • Touch Screen
  • 2.0 Megapixel Camera & Video Recorder
  • MP3 Player (cable and microSD Card not included)
  • MMS Picture Messaging
  • Voicemail, Call Waiting, and Caller ID
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Product Features

  • Size (LWH): 3.28 inches, 1.71 inches, 0.89 inches
  • Network Compatibility: GSM
  • Minimum Rated Talk Time: 4 hours
  • Minimum Rated Standby Time: 188 hours
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Product Description

Prepaid phone for use with Tracfone service. Features Include touch screen, mobile web, Bluetooth wireless technology, 2.0 megapixel camera and video recorder, MP3 player (cable and microSD card not included), APP capable (App download requires purchase of additional memory), MMS picture messaging, voicemail, call waiting, and caller ID, text messaging, LCD color display, hands-free speaker, voice/sound recorder, auto redial, alarm clock, phonebook with up to 1000 entries, includes polyphonic ringtones. Battery talk time up to 4 hours. Standby time up to 8 days. Included battery, wall AC adapter & SIM card.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 3.3 x 1.7 x 0.9 inches
Item Weight 2.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Item model number 800G
Customer Reviews
3.6 out of 5 stars 1,403 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #72,231 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
#264 in Cell Phones & Accessories > No-Contract Cell Phones > Phones
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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By Michael J. Cashen on March 24, 2012
This is an excellent step-up from the flip-phones that those of us who rarely use a cell phone were stuck with if we wanted to pay low amounts for a cell phone and usage. There's also a similar Motorola model at Tracfone but it doesn't list under my zip code so I haven't compared the two phones.

I'll upgrade this report after I've become familiar with all the bells and whistles: for example, the specs call for a max. 8 GB micro SDHC card but supposedly the software will only handle 4 GB. The software has been upgraded (see "1" below) and I'm going to test the limits. Meanwhile, here are five key things you may not know about:

1) Software Version:
When you get your phone, make sure you have the improved software version (V10e as of this writing) and not the older, buggy one (V10d) that might be sitting on a seller's shelf for some months:
A) From the main screen press the square with 4 dots at the lower right.
B) On the next screen, press the "Settings" icon in the lower right.
C) On the next screen, press "Phone".
D) On the next screen, scroll down with your finger on the red bar to the very bottom, then press "Information".
E) On the next screen, press "Device Information".
F) At the very bottom, under "S/W Version" it should say "V10e" (or later). It must NOT say "V10d" - V10d is the buggy version.

2) Screen Size: The 2.8" (diagonally measured) screen on the LG-800G is 2 5/16" vertically and 1 3/4" horizontally, held in the standard "portrait" position. For comparison, the view screen on my 2"x2"x4" camcorder is a typical 2 1/8" x 1 1/2", only 79% as much screen as the LG-800G.
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My husband and I have owned Tracfone's for 8 years. He's not a big cell phone guy therefore I haven't been able to talk him into phones like and Antroid Touch or an iphone, which I'd love. So I have to settle for what Tracfone has to offer. After losing my newest phone (LG 500g) I deceided to go with what I really wanted and that was a touch screen phone. This model has not disappointed me. I call it the "poor mans touch screen phone" because the size obviously doesn't compare to iphones or Androids but if your looking for a phone like that with extras such as web browsing, games (with game download capability), camera, video, and a few other things like an alarm setting ect. then this just might fill that need. The thing I like about it compared to a phone like the LG 500g is that it's a full screen and not a keyboard taking up half the available screen space. I downloaded the Facebook app and it's actually worth using the web browser to check Facebook & email. Texting it easy. Not any more difficult then trying to hit the right keys on the small LG 500g keyboard. I'm finding the screen very responsive to touch as well. I ordered a memory card as well because I needed to get some video of my son's piano sent to me from an iphone but my LG5 500g said there wasn't enough room to receive them AFTER it deducted my units for them:( Had problems with accidently hitting the browser button with my LG 500g and I lost a lot of units that way. Shouldn't be a problem with this phone. That was the deciding factor when choosing between this phone and the Samsung 404g. I hope this review helps. I would also recommend a phone cover because these phones are quite slippery, which is how I lost my last phone.
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For the last year I've been cell-less, one because I could no longer justify a $30/month bill for something I used maybe 30-40 minutes a month on, and two when I did purchase a prepaid phone it felt cheap and the sound quality wasn't that good. This is the prepaid phone of my dreams. I love the touch screen display, it's big enough for me to see what I'm doing and it looks and works like every other contract feature phone I've used. The sound quality is great it reminds me of a land line, no one can even tell I'm using a cellphone it's so clear.

I've never used a tracfone before but I'm overly impressed. This phone gives you triple minutes for life and if you're a person who doesn't talk much a 400 minute card tripled to 1200 minutes can last you a year for $100. I love I can use those minutes how ever I want whether on texting, internet browsing or calls. I forgot to mention that the same 400 minute card gives you 2400 minutes of web browsing or a whopping 3600 text, I was even able to use the phone to text my votes on american idol last week. It charges .30 minute to send and .30 minute to receive a confirmation of your vote. That's still less than calling and wasting a whole minute.

I live in an area that's prone to rolling blackouts during the summertime and now I'll be able to browse the web to find where the nearest cool zone will be without spending a arm & leg in data charges. That's something I can't do once the electricity is out and my wifi no longer works, plus this phone doubles as a well organized mp3 player. I'm set. I purchased this phone from HSN with 1500 minutes, a case and car charger for $100. Every now and then you can catch it as a TSV for that price. I also purchased a screen protector and 4 gb micro sdhc card to go with it.
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