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Prepaid Phones On Sale This Week July 26 - Aug 1

Welcome to Prepaid Phone News' regular Sunday Prepaid Phones on Sale this Week post featuring the best current US prepaid phone deals.

This week's Deal of the Week is the new Microsoft Lumia 640 for AT&T GoPhone which is available on the AT&T site for $59.99 if a $25 or higher GoPhone Airtime card is purchased at the same time. The regular price is $79.99.

The Lumia 640 uses a 1.2 Ghz quad core Snapdragon 400 processor and has a 5 inch 1280x720px HD Gorilla Glass 3 screen, 1 GB RAM, 8 GB internal memory, support for SD cards up to 128 GB and a removable battery. There's an 8 MP main camera with auto-focus and flash and a 0.9 MP front-facing camera. The Lumia 640 ships with Windows Phone 8.1 with an update to Windows 10 expected within a few weeks.

If they act fast, Lumia 640 purchasers are also eligible for a  free one year subscription to Microsoft Office 360 (must be redeemed by 7/31).

Out of the box, the GoPhone Lumia 640 will work on GoPhone, AT&T postpaid, Cricket and any AT&T MVNO.  If you want to use it on a different network AT&T is currently unlocking phones for non-customers for free if you follow these instructions. The GoPhone version of the Lumia 640 supports the following bands:
  • GSM (2G, voice, text) 850, 900, 1800, 1900 Mhz
  • UMTS (3G, 4G HSPA+) 850, 1700 (AWS), 1900, 2100 Mhz
  • LTE b2, b4, b5, b7, b12, b17, b28
Which covers all the bands used by both AT&T and T-Mobile in the US. Quadband GSM and 2100 MHZ UMTS will give 2G worldwide and 3G on most non-US carriers.

MetroPCS customers can get Metro's version of the Microsoft Lumia 640 at MetroPCS stores for just $39.99.

Other especially good prepaid deals this week include:
  • Boost Mobile Nokia Lumia 635 LTE Windows Phone $49.99 (reg $99.99) at ShopCellDeals
  • Boost Mobile Moto E LTE Android phone $59.99 (reg $99.99) at BestBuy
  • Boost Mobile LG Volt 2  LTE Android phone $129.99 (reg $149.99) at ShopCellDeals
  • Cricket Motorola Moto E Android phone $49.88 at Walmart
  • Cricket Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE Android phone $249.99 (reg $429.99) at Cricket
  • Straight Talk LG L22C Power (Verizon) Android phone $79.99 at Walmart
  • TracFone Samsung Galaxy Stardust Android phone $49.99 at Kmart or $99.95 with 1200 minutes/texts/MBs and one year of service (reg $129.99 w/o airtime) at HSN and ShopCellDeals
  • TracFone LG Ultimate 2 Android phone (Verizon) $69.99 or $99.99 with 1200 minutes/texts/MBs and one year of service (reg $129.99 w/o airtime) at ShopCellDeals
  • TracFone LG L22C Power Android phone  $99.99 or $129.99 with 1200 minutes, texts an MBs of data and one year of service at ShopCellDeals
  • TracFone LG Sunset (AT&T) LTE Android phone $149.99 with 1200 minutes/texts/MBs and one year of service (reg $169.99 w/o airtime)
  • Unlocked Nokia 635 LTE Windows Phone $62.00 (reg $199.99) on Amazon
  • Unlocked AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 16GB SGH-I337 LTE Android phone (new) $229.90 on eBay 
  • Verizon (or PagePlus) Motorola Moto X 16GB XT1060 (1st gen) LTE Android phone (manufacturer refurbished) $119.77 on eBay
  • Verizon Phone 5c 8 GB (Certified Pre-Owned) $269.99 ($449.99 new) from Verizon
  • Virgin Mobile Nokia Lumia 635 LTE Windows Phone $39.99 (reg $99.99) at ShopCellDeals
  • Virgin Mobile HTC Desire 816 LTE Android Phablet $149.99 (reg $279.99) at ShopCellDeals
All current prepaid phone deals: (Except as noted all are available both online and in stores).

Amazon Online only. Free shipping on orders $35 and up.

AT&T Nokia Lumia 635 LTE Windows Phone $47.45 (reg $99.99)

AT&T HTC Desire 610 LTE Android phone $134.99 (reg $169.99)

Boost Mobile Motorola Moto E LTE Android phone $64.99 (reg $99.99)

Boost Mobile Sharp Aquos Crystal LTE Android phone $125.46 (reg $149.99)

Sprint Prepaid HTC Desire 510 $56.99 (reg $99.99)

Sprint Prepaid LG Volt LTE Android phone $79.99 (reg $99.99)

TracFone LG 306G 3G WiFi triple minutes touchscreen $4.99 (reg $29.99)

TracFone LG L22C (Verizon) Power Android phone $79.99 (reg $99.99)

Unlocked Nokia 635 LTE Windows Phone $62.00 (reg $199.99)

Unlocked Motorola Moto E LTE Android phone $99.99 (reg $149.99)

Unlocked Motorola Moto G LTE 1st gen 8GB Android phone $158.91 (reg $219.99)

Unlocked Huawei SnapTo LTE Android phone $159.99 (reg $179.99)

Unlocked AT&T Motorola Moto X (1st gen) 16 GB $199.99 (orig $399.99)

Unlocked ASUS ZenFone 2 16 GB LTE Android phone $199.00 

Unlocked AT&T LG G2 D800 LTE Android phone  $230.00 (orig. $549.99)

Unlocked Alcatel ONETOUCH IDOL 3 5.5" Android phone $249.99 (reg $279.99)

Unlocked Motorola Moto X (2nd gen) 16 GB LTE Android phone $299.99 (was $499.99)

Unlocked ASUS ZenFone 2 64 GB LTE Android phone $299.99

Unlocked Motorola Nexus 6 32 GB $499.99 (reg $649.99)

Verizon Motorola Moto G Android phone $37.99 (reg $99.99)

Verizon (also works on Page Plus) Motorola Droid 4 LTE Android QWERTY slider $79.99 (orig $599.99)

Verizon Motorola Moto X XT1060 (1st gen) LTE Android phone $215.72 (orig $599.99)

Virgin Mobile Nokia Lumia 635 LTE Windows Phone $44.99 (reg $99.99)

Virgin Mobile HTC Desire 816 LTE Phablet $149.99 (reg $279.99)

AT&T GoPhone (online only) free shipping on all phones and online-only discounts on most phones.

GoPhone SIM Kit $4.99 (reg $9.99)

Nokia Lumia 635 (Certified Like-New) $39.99 ($99.99 if new)

HTC Desire 610 (Certified Like-New) LTE Android phone $139.99 ($169.99 if new)

$20 instant rebate on the following phones when you buy a $25 or higher GoPhone refill card at the same time.
ZTE Compel Z830 LTE Android phone $29.99 after rebate (reg $49.99) out of stock
ZTE Maven Z812 LTE Android phone $39.99 after rebate (reg $59.99)
Motorola Moto E XT1527 LTE Android phone $59.99 after rebate (reg $79.99)
Nokia Lumia 640 LTE Windows Phone $59.99 after rebate (reg $79.99)
ASUS ZenFone 2E LTE Android phone $99.99 after rebate (reg $119.99)

BestBuy Free shipping on orders $35 and up.

Free Month of Service when you purchase and activate a cell phone with a monthly plan for Boost Mobile. In stores only, ends 8/29

Free $20 Gift Card with purchase of select phones and $25 or higher prepaid card for AT&T GoPhone. Eligible phones are the $49.99 ZTE Compel, $59.99 ZTE Maven, $69.99 Nokia Lumia 635, $74.99 Motorola Moto E, $169.99 HTC Desire 610, and $199.99 ASUS PadFone X Mini. online only
AT&T Motorola Moto E LTE Android phone $74.99 (reg $99.99)

Boost Mobile ZTE Speed LTE Android phone $39.99 (reg $99.99)

Boost Mobile Nokia Lumia 635 LTE Windows Phone $49.99 (reg $99.99)

Boost Mobile Motorola Moto E LTE Android phone $59.99 (reg $99.99)

Boost Mobile HTC Desire 510 LTE Android phone $69.99 (reg $99.99)

Boost Mobile LG G Stylo LTE Android Phablet $149.99 (reg $179.99)

NET10 ZTE Whirl 2 (AT&T) Android phone $19.99 (reg $49.99)

NET10 LG Optimus Dynamic 2 (Verizon) Android phone $19.99 (reg $49.99)

NET10 LG Destiny (AT&T) Android phone $59.99 (reg $79.99

NET10 Motorola Moto E (Verizon) LTE Android phone $69.99 (reg $99.99)

Sprint Prepaid LG Tribute LTE Android phone $39.99 (reg $79.99)

Sprint Prepaid LG Volt LTE Android phone $59.99 (reg $179.99)

Sprint Prepaid Motorola Moto E LTE Android phone $69.99 (reg $99.99)

T-Mobile SIM Starter Kit $9.99 (reg $15)

T-Mobile LG Leon LTE Android phone $89.99 (reg $99.99)

TracFone Samsung Galaxy Stardust (Verizon) Android phone $79.99 (reg $99.99)

Verizon LG Optimus Exceed 2 Android phone $14.99 (was $69.99)

Verizon LG Transpyre LTE Android phone $59.99 (reg $99.99)

Verizon Motorola Moto E LTE Android phone $44.99 (reg $99.99)

Verizon Samsung Galaxy J1 4G LTE Android phone $79.99 (reg $99.99)

Virgin Mobile Alcatel OneTouch Speakeasy Android phone $14.99 (reg $19.99)

Virgin Mobile LG Tribute LTE Android phone $39.99 (reg $79.99)

Virgin Mobile Nokia Lumia 635 LTE Windows Phone $49.99 (reg $99.99)

Virgin Mobile HTC Desire 510 LTE Android phone $69.99 (reg $79.99)

Boost Mobile Free shipping

CPO ZTE Warp Sequent Android phone $39.99 (reg $59.99)

CPO Motorola Moto G Android phone $44.99 (reg $59.99)

HTC Desire 510 LTE Android phone $74.99 (reg $129.99)

CPO Samsung Galaxy Prevail 2 LTE Android phone $74.99 (reg $89.99)

Nokia Lumia 635 LTE Windows Phone $79.99 with code LUMIA8CJ20 (reg $99.9) ends 8/17

CPO HTC One SV LTE Android phone $79.99 (reg $159.99)

CPO Samsung Galaxy S III LTE Android phone $149.99 (reg $199.99)

Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE Android phone $369.99 with code GS58CJ60 (reg $499.99) ends 8/17

CowBoom (part of BestBuy) Used phones with warranty.

$5 off $50 Use Code CowBoom5 - New Customers Only, Excludes Deal of the Day, ends 8/31

$10 off $150 Use Code CowBoom10 - New Customers Only, Excludes Deal of the Day, ends 8/31

$20 off $300 Use Code CowBoom20 - New Customers Only, Excludes Deal of the Day, ends 8/31

Cricket free shipping, sale prices apply to new or current  customers but require payment for one month's service ($25 - $60). Rebates require activation on a new number. 

Nokia Lumia 530 Windows Phone $9.99 (reg $49.99)

ZTE Prelude 2 Android phone 29.99 (reg $49.99)

LG Optimus L70 Android phone $29.99 (reg $99.99)

Nokia Lumia 635 LTE Windows Phone $29.99 (reg $99.99)

HTC Desire 510 LTE Android phone $39.99 (reg $149.99)

Motorola Moto E 4G LTE Android phone $79.99 (reg $129.99)

ZTE Grand X Android phone $99.99 (reg $149.99)

Samsung Galaxy Prime LTE Android phone $129.99 (reg $179.99)

ZTE Grand X Max+ LTE Android phone $169.99 (reg $219.99)

Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE Android phone $249.99 (reg $429.99)

iPhone 5c 16 GB $299.99 (was $499.99)

Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE Android phone $489.99 (reg $589.99)

eBay

AT&T LG G2 D800 32GB LTE Android phone (new) $174.99 + $5 shipping (orig $599.99 new)

Unlocked AT&T Amazon Fire Phone 32 GB LTE (new) $149.99 (was  $449.99) Free shipping

Unlocked T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 T217T LTE Android tablet (new) $129.99 Free shipping

Unlocked AT&T LG G2 D800 32GB LTE Android phone (new) $229.99 (orig $599.99 new) Free shipping

Unlocked AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 16GB SGH-I337 LTE Android phone (new) $229.90 free shipping

Unlocked AT&T Samsung Galaxy S5 SN-G900A 16 GB LTE Android phone (new) $399.99 free shipping

Unlocked LG G4 H815 LTE Android phone (new) $508.90 free shipping. This is a UK model that supports all of AT&T's bands and all of T-Mobile's except 3G on AWS and band 12 LTE. Free shipping.

Verizon (or PagePlus) Motorola Moto G (1st gen) Android phone (manufacturer refurbished) $39.99 Free shipping.

Verizon (or PagePlus) Motorola Droid Ultra Maxx XT1080M LTE Android phone (seller refurbished) $114.99 Free shipping

Verizon (or PagePlus) Motorola Moto X 16GB XT1060 (1st gen) LTE Android phone (manufacturer refurbished) $119.77 Free shipping.

Verizon (or PagePlus) HTC Droid DNA LTE Android (new) $139.99 free shipping

Verizon (or PagePlus) Samsung Galaxy S III SCH-I535 LTE Android phone (new) $169.95 Free shipping.

Verizon (or PagePlus) Samsung Galaxy S4 i545 16 GB LTE Android phone (seller refurbished) $194.95 Free shipping.

Family Dollar in-store only, sale ends 7/31

NET10 ZTE Valet (Verizon) Android phone $9 (reg $39)

NET10 LG Optimus Fuel (Verizon) Android phone $9 (reg $39)

TracFone LG 440G flip phone $5 (reg $15)

TracFone UniMax MaxPatriot (Verizon) Android phone $49 (reg $69)

FreedomPop (online only) shipping $14.99 unless otherwise noted

FreedomPop 3G/4G (EVDO/WiMAX) refurbished Freedom Spot Overdrive hotspot $19.99 with free shipping ($89.99 if new)

FreedomPop 3G/4G (EVDO/LTE) Freedom Spot MiFi 500 LTE hotspot $79.99 with free shipping (reg $199.99)

Samsung Galaxy S III refurbished LTE Android phone $99.99 with free shipping

Samsung Galaxy S4 refurbished LTE Android phone $179.99 with free shipping

iPhone 5 16 GB refurbished LTE phone $199.99 with free shipping

Frys free shipping on orders of $34 or more

AT&T Nokia Lumia 635 LTE Windows phone $48.99 (reg $69.99)

Boost Mobile LG Volt LTE Android phone $79.99 (reg $99.99)

Unlocked Huawei SnapTo G620-A2 LTE Android phone $179.99

Unlocked Huawei P8 Lite LTE Android phone $249.99 (reg $299.99)

TextNow Motorola Moto G Android phone $49.99 (reg $79.99)

T-Mobile Prepaid Airtime Cards 10% off with  email promo code ends 8/1

Verizon Motorola Moto E LTE Android phone $39.99 (reg $69.99) in stores only

Verizon Motorola Moto G Android phone $39.99 (reg $69.99) ends 8/1

Verizon HTC Desire 612 LTE Android phone $149.99 (reg $199.99) in stores only ends 8/1

Virgin Mobile Netgear Mingle LTE hotspot $48.99 (reg $79.99) in stores only

GIV Mobile free shipping

Get the first month of a new  $20, $25, or $30 Unlimited Everything plan FREE with any phone purchase. Use promo code GFREECYBERMO at checkout

Blu Advance 4.0 Android phone Free (reg $89) with purchase of 2 months of service on the $30 plan and $5 SIM (total $64.99)

Coolpad Flo Android phone $50 (reg $109) with purchase of 2 months of service on the $30 plan and $5 SIM (total $114.99)

HSN shipping $5.95 unless otherwise noted

Boost Mobile LG Realm Android phone with free car charger $39.95 (reg $79.99) Free shipping

TracFone Samsung Stardust (Verizon) Android phone with 1200 minutes, texts and MBs of data, one year of service $99.95 (reg $129.99 w/o airtime) Free shipping

TracFone Motorola Moto E (Verizon) Android phone with 1200 minutes, texts and MBs of data, one year of service $99.95 (reg $129.99 w/o airtime) Free shipping

TracFone LG Ultimate 2 (Verizon) Android phone with 1200 minutes, texts and MBs of data, one year of service and car charger $119.95 (reg $129.99 w/o airtime or accessories) Free shipping

TracFone LG Sunset (AT&T) LTE Android phone with 1200 minutes, texts and MBs of data, one year of service, case and car charger $149.95 (reg $169.99)

Virgin Mobile HTC Desire 816 LTE Android Phablet with free case and car charger $149.99 (reg $279.99) Free shipping

Kmart Shipping $5.99, ship to store free, free shipping on orders of $59 or more

Boost Mobile ZTE Speed LTE Android phone $39.99 (reg $99.99)

Boost Mobile LG Volt LTE Android phone $79.99 (reg $99.99)

NET10 Motorola Moto E (Verizon) Android phone $69.99 (reg $99.99)

Sprint Prepaid Motorola Moto E LTE Android phone $59.99 (reg $99.99)

TracFone Samsung Galaxy Stardust (Verizon) Android phone $49.99 (reg $99.99)

Virgin Mobile ZTE Awe Android phone $39.99 (reg $79.99)

Virgin Mobile LG Tribute LTE Android phone $49.99 (reg $79.99)

Kroger in store only

2X Fuel points on airtime purchases. 4X with auto refill

NET10 LG 34C Optimus Fuel (Verizon) Android phone $19.99 with Kroger loyalty card (reg $49.99)

NET10 Motorola E XT803E E (Verizon) Android phone $69.99 with Kroger loyalty card (reg $99.99)

TracFone Samsung Stardust Android phone $49.99 with Kroger loyalty card (reg $99.99)

metroPCS Free 2-day shipping on all phones

On phones listed below rebates are instant in-store, mail-in online.

Samsung Galaxy Light LTE Android phone $19 after $50 rebate (reg $149) (in stores only)

Alcatel One Touch Evolve 2 Android phone $19 after $30 rebate (reg $79) (in stores only)

Alcatel One Touch Fierce 2 Android phone $19 after $50 rebate (reg $149) (in stores only)

Kyocera Hydro Life waterproof Android phone $19 after $50 rebate (reg $149) (in stores only)

LG Leon LTE Android phone $29 (reg $99.99) after $50 rebate (reg $99) (in stores only)

Microsoft Lumia 640 LTE Windows phone $39.99 after $30 rebate (reg $129.99) (ends 7/31) (in stores only). Includes free one year subscription to Microsoft Office 360 (redeem by 7/31).

Samsung Galaxy Core Prime LTE Android phone $49 after $50 rebate (reg $129) (in stores only)

LG Optimus F60 LTE Android phone $49 after $50 rebate (reg $159) (in stores only)

LG Optimus L70 Android phone $79 (reg $149) (in stores only)

Samsung Galaxy Avant LTE Android phone $99.99 after $80 rebate (reg $199) (in stores only)

ZTE ZMAX LTE Android phablet $99 after $100 mail-in rebate (reg $249.99) (in stores only)

LG G Stylo LTE Android phablet $199.99 after rebate (reg $249.99) (in stores only)

Microsoft Store Free shipping

AT&T Nokia Lumia 635 LTE Windows Phone $49 (reg $99)

AT&T Nokia Lumia 640 LTE Windows Phone $79 

Motorola Free shipping

Motorola Moto X 16 GB  unlocked GSM or Verizon, AT&T or Republic Wireless LTE Android phone $299.99 (was $549.99)

Nexus 6 32 GB unlocked LTE Android phone $499.99 (was $649.99)

Nexus 6 64 GB unlocked LTE Android phone $549.99  (was $699.99)

NET10 Free  shipping on phone orders over $19.99

NET10 SIM 99¢ (reg $6.99)

Free Reconditioned Huawei Glory (Verizon), Samsung Galaxy Centura (Verizon) or LG Optimus Dynamic (Verizon) Android phone with purchase of $40 or larger  airtime card ($39.99 if new)

Free reconditioned LG 900G QWERTY candy bar with purchase of a $50 airtime card

Huawei Ascend Y (Verizon) Android phone $9.99 (was $79.99)

Huawei Glory (Verizon) Android phone $19.99 (was $79.99)

Huawei Inspira (T-Mobile) Android phone $39.99 (was $79.99)

ZTE Majesty (Verizon) Android phone $69.99 (was $179.99)

Newegg free shipping except as noted

AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 SGH-I337 refurbished LTE Android phone $199.99

FreedomPop Refurbished Samsung Victory LTE Android phone $79.99 ($149.99 new)

FreedomPop refurbished Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE Android phone $199.99

FreedomPop refurbished Apple iPhone 5 16 GB $209.99

Sprint Prepaid Sharp Aquos Crystal LTE Android phone $131.99 (reg $149.99)

PTel Mobile Free ground shipping on all orders

25% off SIM plus airtime or phone plus airtime orders with code PTAC25OFF (doesn't work with $20 monthly plan PINs)

Second month of service FREE when you port a number from a non-T-Mobile based service to PTel, activate it on a $35, $50 or $60 plan and pay for the first month.

Free Phone with purchase of any unlimited everything plan ($25 & up). Choice of Alcatel onetouch 991, Huawei U8651T Prism, HTC Wildfire S or Samsung T589 Gravity SmartAndroid phone, Alcatel Sparq QWERTY slider or Alcatel OT-297 candy bar

QVC.com shipping $5 unless indicated

Boost Mobile Nokia Lumia 635 LTE Android phone with car charger and stereo headset $49.94 + $5 shipping (reg $99.99)

TracFone Samsung Galaxy Stardust Android phone with 1200 minutes, 1200 Texts, 1200 MB and one year of service $99.94 Free shipping

Virgin Mobile HTC Desire 816 LTE Android Phablet $159.96 (reg $279.99) Free shipping

Red Pocket Mobile

GSMA SIMs $1 (reg $9.99) Free Shipping

Sam's Club free shipping. prices listed are member prices, non-members pay 10% extra

FreedomPop CPO Google Nexus 5 LTE Android phone  $149.98 ($164.98 for non-members)

ShopCellDeals free shipping

Boost Mobile Nokia Lumia 635 Windows Phone $49.99 (reg $99.99)

Boost Mobile Motorola Moto E LTE Android phone $64.99 (reg $99.99)

Boost Mobile Samsung Galaxy Prevail LTE Android phone $79.99 (reg $99.99)

Boost Mobile LG G Stylo LTE Android Phablet $179.99 (reg $199.99)

Net10 Universal BYOP Kit $39.99 (reg $64.99) includes:
$50 Net10 airtime card
AT&T Compatible Dual Punch SIM (standard and micro)
AT&T Compatible Nano SIM
T-Mobile Compatible Dual Punch SIM (standard and micro)
T-Mobile Compatible Nano SIM
CDMA Activation Code (Sprint and Verizon phones)

Sprint Prepaid iPhone 4s 16GB Manufacturer Refurbished $79.99

Sprint Prepaid HTC Desire 816 LTE Android Phablet $159.99 (reg $279.99)

Sprint Prepaid LG G Stylo LTE Android Phablet $179.99 (reg $199.99)

T-Mobile LG Optimus F6 LTE Android phone $79.99 (was $149)

TracFone Alcatel Big Easy Plus big button candy bar $39.99 with 800 minutes and one year of service.

TracFone 200 minutes 90 day Refill PIN $31.99 (reg $39.99)

TracFone 400 minutes one year Refill Card $79.99 (reg $99.99)

Tracfone LG 306G triple minutes 3G/WiFi touchscreen $9.99 or $59.99 with 600 minutes, or $99.99 with 1200 minutes & 1 year of service (reg $49.99 w/o airtime)

TracFone LG Optimus Fuel Android phone (Verizon) $29.99 or  $59.99 with 600 minutes, or $99.99 with 1200 minutes & 1 year of service (reg $79.99 w/o airtime)

TracFone Motorola Moto E Android phone (Verizon) $49.99 or $99.99 with 1200 minutes, 1200 texts and 1200 MB of data and one year of service (reg $129.99 w/o airtime)

TracFone Samsung Galaxy Stardust Android phone $79.99 or $99.99 with 1200 minutes/texts/MBs and one year of service (reg $129.99 w/o airtime)

TracFone LG Ultimate 2 Android phone (Verizon) $69.99 or $99.99 with 1200 minutes/texts/MBs and one year of service (reg $129.99 w/o airtime)

TracFone LG Power Android phone (Verizon) $79.99 or $99.99 with 1200 minutes/texts/MBs and one year of service (reg $129.99 w/o airtime)

TracFone Alcatel onetouch Pop ICON Android phone (Verizon) $129.99 with 1200 minutes/texts/MBs and one year of service (reg $149.99 w/o airtime)

TracFone LG Sunset (AT&T) LTE Android phone $149.99 with 1200 minutes/texts/MBs and one year of service (reg $169.99 w/o airtime)

Virgin Mobile Nokia Lumia 635 Windows Phone $39.99 (reg $99.99)

Virgin Mobile HTC Desire 816 LTE Android Phablet $149.99 (reg $279.99)

Straight Talk Free shipping on phones $29.99 and up.

Free Samsung R335C flip phone or reconditioned Samsung R375C QWERTY candy bar with purchase of a $30 or $45 airtime card

Free Reconditioned Samsung Galaxy Centura (Verizon) or LG Optimus Dynamic (Verizon) Android phone with purchase of a $45 or $60 airtime card

Huawei Ascend Y (Verizon) Android phone $9.99 (was $79.99)

Reconditioned ZTE Valet (Verizon) Android phone $19.99 (new $49.99)

Reconditioned ZTE Whirl (T-Mobile) Android phone $19.99 (new $49.99)

ZTE Midnight (T-Mobile) Android phone $19.99 (was $49.99)

Reconditioned LG Optimus Fuel (Verizon) Android phone $19.99 (new $29.99)

Reconditioned LG Optimus Dynamic II (Verizon) Android phone $19.99 (new $79.99)

Reconditioned ZTE Majesty (Verizon) Android phone $29.99 (new $79.99)

Reconditioned Motorola Moto E (Verizon) Android phone $39.99 (new $99.99)

Reconditioned Samsung Galaxy Ace Style (Verizon) $39.99 (new $99.99)

Target free shipping on orders over $50

Get an extra 5% off and free shipping on all orders with Target Red Card

All wireless airtime cards 5% off, in stores only

TracFone Samsung Galaxy Stardust Android phone $49.99 (reg $99.99) 080-02-0997, in stores only

Unadvertised in store only specials:

Use Brickseek's Target Inventory Checker to check for price and availability in your area by DPCI number (after price in listings below).

AT&T Nokia Lumia 635 Windows Phone $14.98 (reg $99.99) 080-02-0404
AT&T HTC Desire 610 LTE Android phone $50.98 (was $169.99) 080-02-0280
AT&T PadFone X Mini LTE Android phone to tablet transformer $59.98 (was $179.99) 080-02-0532
AT&T Microsoft Lumia 640 LTE Windows Phone $79 (reg $99.99)  080-02-1094

Free $20 Target gift card with purchase of $99.99 AT&T Moto E and a $25 or higher airtime card

Boost HTC Desire 510 LTE Android phone $79.99 (reg $99.99) 080-02-0410

Consumer Cellular Motorola Moto E LTE Android phone $99.99 (reg $149.99) 080-02-0992

NET10 SIM card $4.99 (reg $9.99) 080-02-1009

Simple Mobile SIM card $4.99 (reg $9.99) 080-02-1008

Sprint Prepaid ontouch Retro flip phone $14.99 (reg $19.99) 080-02-0865
Sprint Prepaid LG Tribute LTE Android phone $39.99 (reg $79.99)
Sprint Prepaid Motorola Moto E  LTE Android phone $69.99 (reg $99.99) 080-02-0998

TracFone Alcatel 206G candy bar $4.99 (reg $14.99) 080-02-0995
TracFone LG 306G touchscreen $9.99 (reg $29.99) 080-02-0194
TracFone Samsung Galaxy Stardust Android phone $49.99 (reg $99.99) 080-02-0997

Verizon Samsung Gusto 3 U365 flip phone $19.99 (reg $29.99) 080-02-0694
Verizon Samsung Galaxy Legend Android phone $38.98 (was $129.99) 080-02-0216
Verizon HTC Desire 612 LTE Android phone $59.98 (was $179.99) 080-02-0859

Virgin Mobile LG Tribute LTE Android Phone $39.99 (reg $79.99) 080-02-0525
Virgin Mobile HTC Desire 510 LTE Android phone $79.99 (reg $99.99) 080-02-0410

TextNow Wireless Shipping $9, airtime purchase ($18.99 and up) required.

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  1. You said the 640 would work on any AT&T MVNO? How about on Tracfone with there new BYOP.

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    1. Yes it will work with one of the new TracFone AT&T SIMs.

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    2. Tracfone's BYOP page, http://tracfonewireless.com/byop/, says "If you have an AT&T or unlocked GSM smartphone, you're compatible!". Various other pages along the way to buying a SIM say similar. AFAIK, there's nothing that specifically says the AT&T GoPhone Lumia 640 is compatible, but it should be.

      However, I'd try to get AT&T to unlock it for free first. The process worked very well for me for a Lumia 520.

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    3. How does one buy this from AT&T without a monthly plan? It won't let me skip that step, not will it allow me to remove the plan from my cart.

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    4. You don't have to remove the plan just remove the airtime card that is automatically added to the cart. If you don't activate the included sim card within a certain number of days, the account is closed. You can still use with phone with any ATT-compatible plan.

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  2. Does the Metropcs Lumia 640 have the the bands for AT&T and T-Mobile?

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    1. Yes but it's expensive to get unlocked so the GoPhone one is a better choice for AT&T or T-Mobile.

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  3. AT&T HTC Desire 610 LTE Android phone $50.98 (was $169.99) 080-02-0280 is this corret. This would be a steal if my local Target has one.

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    1. That's the closeout price. Use Brickseek to check availability in your area.

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  4. Dennis, Does METRO PCS in general, make it "difficult AND expensive " to unlock METRO PCS-Branded phones? If so, why not just utilize a T-MOBILE-Branded phone on METRO? You would still be able to receive all the Android System updates, wouldn't you?

    Thanks!

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    1. Sone MetroPCS phones cam be unlocked inexpensively, some can't. There's no need to unlock if you want to use the phone on MetroPCS.

      Unlocking will have no effect on whether a MetroPCS runnng on MetroPCS will get system updates or not.

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    2. Metro will unlock after 3 months (you would end up having to pay for 4 months of service) See https://www.metropcs.com/terms-conditions/phone-unlock-policy.html. You can obviously still use it on Metro if you're not planning on moving, but the unlock is free and it opens some options should you later decide to move to another carrier or sell the phone.

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  5. Will amazon price match bestbuy ? How? The phone I want is sold out in my area Sprint LG G2 for 150 dollars.

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  6. Anyone know if the GoPhone version of the Lumia 640 has the HERE+drive maps? When I looked at the packaging, it only shows an icon for the AT&T navigator app. I'd be using on Cricket.

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    1. It Here isn't pre-installed it should be available from the Windows Store.

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    2. What Dennis said is correct, Here drive+ installs just fine on the 640. And to those unsure of how well windows phones work I just say give them a try. Best buy , among others, has a 14 day return policy. You might be surprised how good they are.

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  7. I was wondering the same thing. Also, is there anything that windows phone does better than android? Windows phones seem to be cheaper but also have lower specs to go along with that lower price. Whenever I ask around about windows phone I never hear good things. Any thoughts?

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    1. Windows phones are often criticized by those who haven't used them. They are more secure than Android, great on battery life, no memory leakage problems, work very smoothly with lower specs., tend to have much better cameras and photo apps at their price points, work seamlessly with One Drive (photo backup and online storage), work seamlessly with Outlook.com and online Office stuff, and in general offer a much more pleasant experience for the price. Find an $80 Android phone that is half as good performance wise and you are lucky.

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    2. Separate GPS radio allows the GPS to work anywhere. Microsoft is the only one doing this

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    3. The criticisms from Android users are valid, centering on problems including a major lack of apps for Windows Phone.

      I am an Android user that is one of those who "hasn't use them", because there's nothing like the apps I need, and can find on Android and IOS. But not Windows Phone.

      I know. I checked the desert island that is the Windows app store, making the Windows Phone experience closer to that of a feature phone (again, a feature phone with a superb camera) than a state-of-the-art smart phone.

      It is true that the cameras on the mid-range Windows phones are superb. But this advantage is lost when you move up to Android flagships.

      Android works seemlessly with One Drive, Outlook, and Office as well, I know: I use them.

      But trumping all this is that Microsoft is flopping like a fish on the dock when it comes to the future of Windows Phone. They most certainly don't have their act together, and that does not inspire confidence.

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    4. Windows Phone is more secure because hardly any apps also means hardly any malware. Following the logical conclusion, a bar of soap carved in the shape of a phone is the most secure device possible.

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    5. I guess if you describe more than 300,000 apps as a "desert island" Windows phone isn't for you. I have all the apps I need and want. Did you read about the latest Android vulnerability where 950 million phones are potentially hackable by sending a mms message? You don't even have to open the message and they can take over your phone. They just need your phone number.

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    6. It's a meager selection: I know, I have looked for apps in some categories and have simply found none available for Windows Phone, making me wonder what proportion of those 300,000 Windows phone apps are things like knock-off Minion wallpapers.

      I believe in "be prepared": better to have the OS that will likely run what you need and haven't thought of yet than the one that doesn't. The real alternative to Android, to avoid the virus attacks, is IOS. No compromises there.

      And get the OS with a future. Business-wise, Windows Phone is dying...

      https://redmondmag.com/articles/2014/12/02/windows-phone-market-declined.aspx

      ...and the company keeps making noises that it is going to kill it off

      If you like taking great photos with a budget phone and your app needs aren't (AND NEVER WILL BE) demanding, get Windows Phone. If you want to be able to do everything possible that a smartphone can do, and doesn't have a crippled OS, get an Android or iPhone.

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    7. From:
      http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinions/which-mobile-operating-system-is-best#wpOqXw7BxrXHqt1E.99


      "And then there’s Windows Phone. Ah, Windows Phone. It’s certainly safe to say that in the app landscape, Microsoft’s baby currently lags a distant third. Make no mistake, there are plenty of apps on Windows Phone and the number of big players offering something for the platform is growing. Spotify, Dropbox, Facebook, Twitter, Vine and Instagram are all present and correct and that covers a lot of the apps people use on a daily basis. Actually, Instagram’s Windows Phone presence really shows how the OS is faltering with apps. It never gets updated, it lacks basic features (video, new filters) that we’ve had for ages on other versions. Developers seem to release an app, mentions it now supports Windows Phone and then turn their attention back to iOS and Android."

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    8. To each his own. I have found the apps I want and need on Windows phone and I am very happy having a smooth operating, fast, and secure phone that costs a fraction of what most people spend, and has a good camera to boot. Plus, I own it outright and can use any prepaid service I want. I don't think you'll find anything close in value to the $80 (or less) Lumia 640 Dennis has highlighted.

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  8. Dennis,

    What is your source that the GoPhone variant of the Lumia 640 has LTE band 12? This post on HoFo reports that it does not:

    http://www.howardforums.com/showthread.php?p=15998672

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    1. Dennis,

      Thank you for the reply and the information. Even though the MS website could be wrong, I am more likely to believe it than a single user report on HoFo.

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  9. The MS Lumia 640 is practically the same phone on ATT or Tmobile / MetroPCS and it's just amazing how the pricing is so different.

    I might pick up the 640 for about $80 at Walmart and just use as a small or pocket tablet when I am at a place with free wifi. Since this might be my first windows phone, I want to spend my time sampling it or test driving it before using for cellular service. And that phone for Tmobile prepaid is about $100 at Walmart, and would work nicely with the secret $30 plan that I can use for mobile hotspot. So many choices.

    Btw, I checked out the supposedly $39 price for MetroPCS but that price is after a mail-in rebate, and that is a no-go in my book.

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  10. Where I live that Metropcs Lumia 640 cost me 40 bucks walk out price with the 40 dollar plan and nothing more. rebate was instant and didn't have to pay nothing but my first month service.

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  11. Does anyone know an inexpensive place to buy unlock codes for the MetroPCS Microsoft 640? Thanks.

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    1. Blowfish Unlocks (who I have used for several couple phones, but no MetroPCS or Lumia phones) advertises a MetroPCS Nokia unlock for $13. I assume that "Nokia unlock" meanss "Lumia unlock", since they're Microsoft phones now, not Nokia. You should verify before paying.

      I have also used an eBay unlock vendor (again, not for MetroPCS or Lumia phones), mobunlockingmaster, and they advertise an unlock for the MetroPCS 640 for $23.

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    2. Thank you Anon 7/27 @ 10:54

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  12. I got my lumia on eBay and pay 19 dollars

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  13. I noticed that Verizon Prepaid iPhone 4S is on sale for $99 (at the Verizon prepaid website).
    Do you know if the GSM radio radio is unlocked?
    (I was thinking of getting it and using it on Verizon for 2 months, adding $5 to my account, and letting it stay unused in Verizon for 4 more months, then moving it to Page Plus).

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    1. Verizon GSM unlocked all the postpaid 4s but I don't know about the prepaid ones.

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  14. did I miss it in the comments? is the metro 640 the same phone? and if unlocked will have all the same ATT & T bands too? or is the go phone the better all the carrier gsm option?

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    1. I believe that the MetroPCS version is the same phone or very similar and supports the same bands. The main difference is that AT&T will unlock theirs immediately and Metro requires 3 months of paid service before it will unlock.

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  15. dollar general has the zte maven on sale for $45. andriod 5.1, 8gb rom, 1gb ram, and works with at&t prepaid, postpaid, or any at&t mvno.
    makes a great burner/travel / spare/ insurance substitute phone. quad core chip.
    i got it and it runs snappy. before you slip in a sim card, or connect via wifi, you can go into apps and disable most of the bloatware and apps you never use.

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  16. it is always a good habit to set up your phone and apps using wifi only. that way, if there are any problems, you can return the phone easily. setting up the phone on wifi before putting in the sin card and activating saves you a lot of hassle with returns and/or exchanges in case of problems. i found this out a long time age after having to exchange a straight talk phone at wal mart and the cashier ended up deactivating my account and monthy plan payment. took days and much time/many calls to customer service to fix her mistake. instead of an exchange with me paying the difference, she cancelled the original sale and that cancelled the service as well.

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