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Samsung S425G Prepaid Phone With Triple Minutes (Tracfone)

3.8 out of 5 stars 343 customer reviews
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  • FREE Triple Minutes for Life!
  • Slider QWERTY Keyboard and MMS Picture Messaging
  • Mobile Web
  • Bluetooth® Wireless Technology
  • 2.0 Megapixel Camera & Video Recorder
  • MP3 Player (cable and microSD(TM) Card up to 16GB not included)
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Product Features

  • Size (LWH): 2.12 inches, 0.59 inches, 4.54 inches
  • Weight: 4.16 ounces
  • Network Compatibility: GSM
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Product Description

The Tracfone Samsung S425G GSM Cell Phone lets you stay in touch with your friends and family thanks to its excellent communication capabilities. You can text messages and type emails more easily with its convenient QWERTY keyboard. Its built-in 2.0MP Camera lets you take beautiful photos and videos anytime. The Tracfone Samsung S425G GSM Cell Phone also offers Bluetooth technology that enables instant file sharing and data transfers. Its other features include an mp3 player, web browser, and a brilliant LCD Color Display.Network Type: GSM


Product Information

Product Dimensions 2.1 x 0.6 x 4.5 inches
Item Weight 4.2 ounces
Shipping Weight 11.2 ounces
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B00865HSQK
Item model number S425G
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3.8 out of 5 stars 343 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #94,902 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
#613 in Cell Phones & Accessories > Carrier Cell Phones
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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By John Robinson on October 12, 2012
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I like this phone a lot! Good battery life, good in call audio quality, and a usable feature set. The slide out key board is very good and easy to see, makes sending text messages a snap. Screen size and quality are very good.
Too many phones have either a nice loud ringer and a not so loud ear speaker, this has both - very nice.
Camera and video quality are pretty good overall, very usable either way. And with 32GB of add on memory capability,
you can pretty much save and store as much as you want of anything. DURABLE !!! this phone came out of my pocket at 70 mph on my bike and lived with NO loss of function at all. Granted, i had a full coverage case which took almost all the abuse of the fall. But hey,that says a lot about the build quality. Sure,some denting of the plastic case and the slide out hinge is slightly bent - but still works 100 percent. Good tough phone.
Yes it has internet, but...a little costly in minutes to really use a lot. A little slow, but it will work in a pinch if you need it to get information or do some emergency banking etc.

On the tracfone plan it's hard to beat triple minutes. If you live on the phone, pay as you go may not be for you. It will add up over time. But it may still be slightly cheaper than a monthly plan, but not by too much.

Overall i give it a ten out of ten. Get a protective screen film, the hard multi piece case, and a fully protective leather case and it's almost bullet proof.

You could do an awful lot worse for a phone. You will not be sorry you bought this one - and you'll have it for a good long while too.
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About half the people that come in my home can't use their monthly service phone. No signal. Same with my business, at least half can't use their fancy phones. My new Samsung S425G phone works great in both places. No problem calling or receiving. If you don't spend a ton of time on the phone this is the way to go. It's tons cheaper. You can buy a 3 month, 60 minute card for $20.00. With this phone you get triple minutes so now you have 180 minutes and 3 months to use them at $6.67 a month. It's even cheaper per minute with higher minute cards. If you really don't use your phone much like me then the 400 minute with 12 month service is your best buy. With triple minutes you get 1200 minutes and a year to use them. I've seen the one year card offered by Amazon for Just under $77.00 with free shipping. Lots of time it's offered buy someone else at just under $85.00 and $5.00 shipping. Anyway, if you can catch when Amazon offers it your talking $6.42 a month with 100 minutes you could use per month and not run out of minutes. If you don't use up all your minutes and your monthly service is almost out, you can buy another card and, keeping your service active, it will keep your unused minutes.

Besides the phone actually working I love the Mp3 player. You need to get a micro SD card for storing your Mp3s on. You can get a 4 GB for five bucks. I got a 16 GB for fifteen. Max card size you can use is 32 GB. You need a micro USB cable to plug your phone into your computer so you can transfer your music. Max it will let you store on your phones SD card is 1,000 songs. The Mp3 player is laid out nice. You can make playlists, put under artists, album, how ever you want to arrange it. It's so nice because you have a speaker to hear your music if you choose to. You don't have to have ear buds.
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I recently switched to Tracfone after learning that their "Triple Minutes For Life" phones make them a better deal than their corporate cousin, Net10. For us light talkers, Net10's best plan costs $15/month for 150 minutes, whereas Tracfone's Triple Minutes thing lets you get away with paying $10/month for 120 minutes, which is only 8.3 cents per minute (and text messages are 1/3rd of that). Heck, if you want to take minimalism to the breaking point, you can take it down to $6.67/month for 60 minutes.

Anyway, over at Net10 I owned this phone's grandfather (Samsung T401G) and was content with it; so far its descendant is looking just as good. It has a full load of stuff: 2MP camera, MP3 player, video and voice recorders, Bluetooth, 32GB SD card slot, 4 programmable shortcut keys, voice command, and its highlight, a tactile QWERTY keyboard that slides out sideways. The display is nice, the menu layout logical and user-friendly, and the 416 MHz processor keep things happening quickly enough. The camera takes decent pictures in well-lit situations, too.

Annoyances: the shared headphone/charger jack is proprietary rather than MicroUSB (though funny enough, Samsung's old proprietary charger doesn't fit, yet a new LG charger does). The keyboard's fussy in some ways, i.e. the spacebar being half as big as it should be, the apostrophe not having a dedicated key, and the need to aim for the exact center of the keys themselves. The speaker for the ringer is on the back, which makes no sense. Finally, Samsung should've let us disable the button for the browser (especially considering what a piece of crap it is), since its permanent placement on the right-side softkey makes you prone to butt-browsing and wasting minutes.
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