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HSN Offers Exclusive TracFone Bundle Deals

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HSN.com currently has a couple of TracFone bundle deal offers that you can choose from. If you're interested, you just might be able to score one of these deals:
  • LG Power - Android smartphone that comes with a case, car charger, airtime containing 1350 texts, minutes, MB of data, and one year on expiration date
  • LG Ultimate 2 - Android smartphone with a case, car charger, "apps and services pack", airtime containing 1200 texts, minutes, MB of data, and one year on expiration date.
Currently, each of these bundles come with a $99.95 price tag. But if you would like to use the discount, the price would be reduced to $74.95. Unfortunately, the LG Power discount expired last Wednesday, December 9. It's still not too late to go for the Ultimate 2 bundle, which appears to be an ongoing promo price.

In order to avail of the deal offer, you will need to use Visa Checkout, even without a Visa card. By using this service, you can get $25 off on your order from HSN.com. However, there is no word on whether the discount is applicable on first-time Visa Checkout users only or where else it is available.

One thing you have to take note of if you're interested in this offer, however, is that the purchased airtime needs to be applied on the phone. According to their website, the airtime needs to be added after purchase, which means by the end of January. Otherwise, the bundled airtime will be forfeited.

If you're ready to take advantage of this offer, you simply have to choose the Visa Checkout option on your shipping and payment options so you can get the discount.

Source: PrepaidPhoneGuy

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  1. HSN (and sister company QVC) also have similar bundles for a few other phones. Just search for 'tracfone' on their web sites.

    In addition to the two LGs mentioned above, they currently have the 3G Samsung Stardust, Samsung Centura, Moto E, Alcatel Pop Icon, ZTE Quartz, and the LTE LG Sunset. I don't know if the VisaCheckout discount is available for any of these.

    I purchased a Stardust in November which has good specs and is sensibly sized with a smallish (by today's standards) 4-inch screen. Keep all the papers that come with your order, follow the special instructions to activate, and have a little patience. It took about two hours from entering my information on the special website until programming with *22890 was successful.

    Also, Firefox had problems at the end of HSN's checkout process and I had to resubmit my order with IE.

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    1. The Visa Checkout promotion is $25 off any HSN order of $50 or more when you pay with Visa Checkout. It ends 12/31/15.

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  2. My wife and mother both have the LG ult2, very good phone, great deal. If this is like prior similar promotions, it's 365d service, 1200m, 1200t, 1.2gb. Centura was a POJ

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  3. I currently have an active Tracfone smartphone. Do you know if I can port my number and service to this new phone from HSN and then add the HSN airtime (after porting over)? I don't want to lose the minutes and service time I already have.

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    1. Yes transfer your service to the new phone (it's a transfer or handset change, don't call it a port or you will confuse TracFone reps, and then add the HSN airtime.

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    2. Could you then transfer the service back to your old phone if you like it better and basically just get a great deal on the minutes??

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    3. Yes, that should work although you will lose the old phone's number.

      If you want to keep old phone's number you could probably transfer the old phones service to the HSN phone before adding the HSN airtime and then transfer the service back to the old phone.

      There are risks doing this. You are giving TracFone two chances to screw up the transfer. It's also possible that circumventing the system might trigger TracFone's fraud detection systems.

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  4. I see why they are making it difficult, however, its just dumb. So, what you're suppose to do then, in order to get the best deal on the service, is to get a new phone every year and throw out your old one. every year- throw out your old phone. Not the best practice for responsible product life cycle. Just give me a great deal on the service and skip the extra free phone that I dont need or want anyway!

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  5. No need to throw out the old phone. The WiFi will still work and the GPS will still work. It would be a small usable tablet and GPS navigation device, as well as Music and Podcast player. It would be DUMB to throw it out. It's a small computer that can act like a phone if you want it to.

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  6. I bought a bundle and activated last year. I've gone through the 1000 of the 1200 minutes. Can i buy a new bundle and just use the minutes or do i have to buy one of the refills (I'm having a heck of a time understanding how Tracfone refills work).

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    1. The easiest way is to top up your account with an airtime card. Cards come in many denominations ranging from $9.99 to $199.99. See Prepaid Operator Profile: TracFone for a list of all available cards.

      For example:
      A $99.99 1 year "400 minutes" card would extend your expiration date by 365 days and add 1200 minutes, 1200 texts and 1200 MBs to your account.

      A $19.99 "60 minutes" card adds 90 days of service and 180 minutes, 180 texts and 180 MBs to your account.

      You could also buy a new bundle and transfer your service and current balance to the new bundle phone and then apply the airtime that comes with the bundle.

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  7. Ha, I tried transferring minutes from my existing tracfone to the new one I got in 12/16 - both from HSN. The dumb-ass service rep at Tracfone transferred my number to the new phone and as of today, I have NO working phones. The old phone expired at the end of Feb...and since that number was now associated with my new phone (which should have been working through 1/17) - neither works since the 2/16 expire date traveled. What a hassle. Am getting a refund from HSN after multiple emails/etc. Pissed off to say the least.

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    1. Don't do business with any America Movil owned MVNO. CS sucks is putting it mildly. Get rid of any Movil service/account and your life will be better.

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