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Prepaid Phones on Sale This Week: June 24 - June 30

TracFone LG Fiesta 2
Welcome to the latest edition of Prepaid Phone News' Prepaid Phones on Sale this Week feature. Here are the best current deals on prepaid and unlocked phones that I've found online and in stores.

This week's Deal of the Week is the TracFone LG Fiesta 2  16 GB LTE Android phone with 1500 minutes, texts and MBs of data, one year of service, case and car charger for $79.95 at HSN.

The Fiesta 2  runs on the Verizon network. It comes with Android 7.0 Nougat and has a Snapdragon 425 SOC, 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB internal memory (9.83 GB usable), a 5.5 inch 720x1280px TFT screen, SD card slot, USB OTG support and a large, non-removable 4,500 mAh battery. Main and front facing cameras are 13MP and 5MP respectively. The Fiesta 2 has been reported to support VoLTE and WiFi calling on TracFone.

The phone uses TracFone Smart Phone Only airtime and, like all recent TracFone smartphones, is not a triple minute phone.

The Fiesta 2 isells for $99.99 on the TracFone website and the airtime is worth about $100 so this is an great deal if you are a current or potential TracFone customer.

Don't buy this phone if you expect to unlock it for sale or use on another carrier. The phone is locked to TracFone. TracFone requires the phone to be used for 12 months before they will unlock it. Third party unlocking services are generally unable to unlock TracFones. In addition, the Fiesta 2 doesn't support GSM, UMTS or non-Verizon LTE bands, so even if unlocked it will only work well on Verizon and Verizon MVNOs.

Here are my picks for the best of the rest prepaid and unlocked prepaid deals:
  • AT&T Prepaid Huawei Ascend XT 2 16 GB LTE Android phone $69.00 (reg $119) at Walmart
  • AT&T Prepaid iPhone 6 32 GB with $45 airtime $244 at Walmart
  • Boost Mobile iPhone SE 32 GB $159.99 (reg $349.99) with the first month of service free for new customers at Boost Mobile
  • Boost Mobile iPhone 6 32 GB $199.99 (was $449.99) at Boost Mobile with the first month of service free for new customers at Boost Mobile
  • MetroPCS iPhone SE free when you port a number to MetroPCS, in stores only.
  • Simple Mobile iPhone SE 32 GB $139.99 at Best Buy
  • Straight Talk refurbished iPhone SE 32 GB with $35 airtime $85.49 at Walmart
  • Straight Talk iPhone 6 32GB $179.00 (was $399.99) at Walmart
  • Total Wireless refurbished iPhone SE 32GB with $60 airtime $110.49 at Walmart
  • Total Wireless iPhone 6 32 GB $179.99 (reg $449.99) at Best Buy
  • TracFone Samsung Galaxy J7 Sky Pro (Verizon) 16 GB LTE Android phone with 1200 minutes, texts and MBs of data, one year of service, case  and car charger $99.95 (reg $99.99 w/o airtime) at HSN
  • Unlocked T-Mobile LG G3 D851 32 GB LTE Android phone (manufacturer refurbished) $89.98 on eBay
  • Universal unlocked Motorola G5 Plus 32 GB LTE Android phone (new other) $129.99 on eBay
  • Unlocked Huawei Honor 7X 16 GB LTE Android phone $195.20 on Amazon
  • Universal Unlocked Motorola Moto G6 32 GB LTE Android phone $199.99 with activation (reg $249.99)  at Project Fi
  • Universal unlocked Android One Moto X4 32 GB LTE Android phone $249 with activation (reg $399) at Project Fi
  • Universal Unlocked Motorola Moto G5S Plus 64 GB Android phone $249.99 (was $349.99) at B&H
  • Verizon (or Verizon MVNO) Samsung Galaxy S5 G900V LTE VoLTE Android phone (new) $119.90 on eBay
  • Verizon Prepaid Apple iPhone SE 32 GB $159.99 at Verizon
Other current prepaid phone deals: (Except as noted all are available both online and in stores).

Amazon Online only. Free shipping on orders $25 and up.

Unlocked Huawei Honor 7X 16 GB LTE Android phone $195.20

Unlocked Huawei Mate SE 64 GB LTE Android phone $229.99 (reg $249.99)

Universal Unlocked Moto G5 Plus 32 GB LTE Android phone $204.99 (reg $229.99)  Prime members only

Unlocked LG Q6 32 GB LTE Android phone $259.00 (reg $299.99)

Universal Unlocked Motorola Moto G6 32 GB LTE Android phone $234.99 (reg $249.99)  Prime members only

Universal Unlocked Motorola Moto X4 32 GB LTE Android phone $279.99 (reg $399.99) Prime members only

Unlocked Motorola Moto Z 64 GB LTE Android phone $299.99 was $699.99)

AT&T Prepaid (online only) free shipping on all phones.

ATT Prepaid SIM 99¢ with airtime purchase (reg $9.99)

ZTE Blade Spark (Certified Restored) 16 GB LTE Android phone $39.99 ($79.99 new)

iPhone SE 32 GB with $45 airtime included $194.99

iPhone 6 32 GB with $45 airtime included $244.99

iPhone 6s 32 GB with $45 airtime included $344.99

iPhone 6s Plus 32 GB with $45 airtime included $444.99

B&H Online only, free shipping. Also check the B&H's Deal Zone page for daily deals.

Unlocked ASUS ZenFone 3 Deluxe 32 GB LTE Android phone $199.99 (was $299.99)

Universal Unlocked Motorola Moto G6 Play LTE Android phone 32 GB $199.99

Unlocked Huawei Mate SE 64 GB LTE Android phone $229.99 (reg $249.99)

Universal Unlocked Motorola Moto G5S Plus LTE Android phone 32 GB $229.99 (reg $279.99)

Universal Unlocked Motorola Moto G6 LTE Android phone 32 GB $249.99

Universal Unlocked Motorola Moto G5S Plus LTE Android phone 64 GB $249.99 (reg $349.99)

Best Buy Free shipping on orders over $35.

AT&T ZTE Blade Spark 16 GB LTE Android phone $69.99 (reg $79.99)

AT&T Prepaid iPhone SE 32 GB with $45 airtime $194.99

AT&T Prepaid iPhone 6 32 GB with $45 airtime $244.99

AT&T Prepaid iPhone 6s 32 GB $344.99

Boost Mobile LG Stylo 3 16 GB LTE Android phone $119.99 (was $129.99)

Cricket Coolpad Canvas 16 GB LTE Android phone $49.99

FreedomPop 12 Month 1 GB/Month Plan with SIM (AT&T) $49.99

Simple Mobile iPhone SE 32 GB $139.99 (reg $349.99)

Simple Mobile iPhone 6 32 GB $179.99 (reg $449.99)

Simple Mobile iPhone 6s 32 GB $289.99 (reg $549.99)

T-Mobile Prepaid SIM with credit for 1st month on $50 10 GB plan $50

Total Wireless iPhone SE 32 GB $139.99 (reg $349.99)

Total Wireless iPhone 6 32 GB $179.99 (reg $449.99)

Total Wireless iPhone 6s 32 GB $299.99 (reg $549.99)

Total Wireless iPhone 6s Plus 32 GB $399.99 (reg $599.99)

$50 off select unlocked universal phones and second month free when purchased with a $9.99 Boost Mobile SIM and $50 Boost airtime card.

$50 off qualifying unlocked phones when purchased with a $9.99 Cricket Mobile SIM and Cricket airtime.

$50 off any unlocked phone when purchased with a $1 Simple Mobile SIM and Simple Mobile airtime

Universal Unlocked Motorola Moto G6 Play LTE Android phone 32 GB $199.99

Universal Unlocked Motorola Moto G6 LTE Android phone 32 GB $249.99

Universal Unlocked Motorola Moto G5S Plus LTE Android phone 64 GB $274.99 (reg $349.99)

Universal Unlocked Motorola Moto X4 LTE Android phone 32 GB $299.99 (reg $349.99)

Universal unlocked Samsung Galaxy S7 G930U 32 GB LTE phone $469.99 (was $569.99)

Universal unlocked Samsung Galaxy S8 G950U 64 GB LTE phone $499.99 (was $599.99)

Verizon Prepaid Motorola Moto E4 16 GB LTE Android phone $59.99 (was $69.99)

Verizon Prepaid Motorola Moto E5 Play 16 GB LTE Android phone $64.99 (reg $94.99)

Verizon Prepaid iPhone SE 32 GB $199.99 (was $449.99)

Verizon Prepaid iPhone 6 32 GB $299.99 (was $549.99)

Virgin Mobile LG G Stylo 3 16 GB LTE Android phone $119.99 (reg $179.99)

Boost Mobile Free shipping

Dealer only deals (available at participating Boost dealers in select markets)

iPhone 6 $49pre-owned 16 GB iPhone 6s 16 GB $20 or free Samsung Galaxy J3 Emerge when you port a number to Boost and activate on the $50 or $60 plan. Ends 7/16

Add a Line, First Month Free activate a new Unlimited Gigs plan line of service to an existing individual or family plan and get the first month of service for free. Ends 7/16

Bring Your Own Phone, FreeMonth on Us Activation of a new line of service on the $50 Unlimited Gigs plan required. Ends7/16

Online deals:

20% off any new Android phone with code USA ends 7/5/

3 Lines of $50 Unlimited Gigs Plan for $100 Includes 20 GB of hotspot. 3 or fewer lines $100, 4 lines $130. Port-in not required if activated by 5/7. Ends 7/16.

6 Months of Free Tidal Music and Video Streaming. To activate it, log into your Boost account and choose the "$0 Tidal 6 Month Trial" add-on. After the 6 month trial ends customer will be charged $10/month unless they cancel.

Referral Program: Boost customers can refer friends and family at refer.boostmobile.com. Referrer and referee will each receive a $25 account credit within 30 days.

Free Month for New iPhone Customers: buy a new or Certified Pre-Owned iPhone by 6/27 and  activate on  $50/month Unlimited Gigs plan by 7/13 and receive a $50 account credit within 4 weeks.

ZTE Prestige 2 16 GB LTE Android phone $39.99 (reg $79.99)

Motorola Moto E4 16 GB LTE Android phone $49.99 (reg $99.99)

Motorola Moto E4 Plus 16 GB LTE Android phone $79.99 (reg $129.99)

Motorola Moto E5 Play 16 GB LTE Android phone $79.99 (reg $99.99)

ZTE Blade Force 16 GB LTE Android phone $79.99 (reg $129.99)

Pre-owned Samsung Galaxy S6 32 GB LTE Android phone $99.99 (reg $199.99)

LG X Charge 16 GB LTE Android phone $99.99 (reg $149.99)

ZTE Max XL LTE Android phone $99.99 (reg $129.99)

LG Stylo 3 16 GB LTE Android phone $129.99 (reg $179.99)

Pre-owned iPhone 6s 16 GB $149.99 (reg $349.99)

iPhone SE 32 GB $159.99 (reg $349.99) plus a free month for new customers

Pre-owned Samsung Galaxy S7 32 GB LTE Android phone $179.99 (reg $229.99)

Pre-owned iPhone 6s Plus 16 GB $199.99 (reg $279.99)

Pre-owned Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 32 GB LTE Android phone $199.99 (reg $349.99)

iPhone 6 32 GB $199.99 (was $449.99) plus a free month for new customers

iPhone 6s 32 GB $299.99 (reg $449.99) plus a free month for new customers

Pre-owned Samsung Galaxy S8 64 GB LTE Android phone $299.99 (reg $399.99)

Pre-owned iPhone 7 32 GB $299.99

Pre-owned Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus 64 GB LTE Android phone $349.99 (reg $449.99)

iPhone 6s Plus 32 GB $399.99 (reg $549.99) plus a free month for new customers

Certified Pre-Owned iPhone 7 Plus 32 GB $399.99 (reg $449.99)  plus a free month for new customers

Cricket Free shipping

Unlimited Data Plan 2 lines, $80, 4 lines $100

$200 off Samsung Galaxy S9 64 GB LTE Android phone $499.99 for port ins and new activations (reg $699.99)  - Ends 7/15 online only.

Free and Discounted phones for port-ins: Moto e5 Cruise free, Samsung Galaxy Amp 2 free, Alcatel Verso Free, ZTE Overture 3 Free, LG Fortune 2 $19.99, Alcatel Idol 3 $9.99, ZTE Blade X $39.99 when you port your number to Cricket.

Discounted phones for new activations: LG Harmony 49.99, Samsung Galaxy Amp Prime 2 $49.99, LG X Charge $79.99, LG Stylo 3 $99.99, Samsung Galaxy Halo 32 GB $99.99, Alcatel Idol 5 $129.99

Price below are for new activations without a port-in and current customers upgrading their phones. Upgrades are available once every 90 days and are subject to a $25 device upgrade fee.

CPO Microsoft Lumia 630 LTE Windows Phone 99¢

CPO LG Risio 2 LTE Android phone 99¢ (full price $19.99)

CPO ZTE Sonata 3 LTE Android phone 99¢ (full price $19.99)

Alcatel Verso 16 GB LTE Android phone $19.99 (full price $89.99)

Samsung Galaxy Amp 2 16 GB LTE Android phone $29.99 (full price $99.99)

Motorola Moto e5 Cruise 16 GB LTE Android phone $39.99 (full price $99.99)

Alcatel Idol 3 16 GB LTE Android phone $39.99 (full price $99.99)

Samsung Galaxy Amp Prime 16 GB LTE Android phone $59.99 (full price $149.99)

Apple iPhone 6 32 GB $199.99 (full price $399.99)

Apple iPhone 6s 32 GB $299.99 (full price $399.99)

Apple iPhone 6s Plus 32 GB $399.99 (full price $499.99)

Dollar General in store only

Simple Mobile ZTE ZTE G, ZTE Majesty Pro or Alcatel Reaven LTE Android phone $19 with airtime purchase (reg $29) ends 7/21

Total Wireless ZTE ZFIVE 2 or LG Rebel LTE Android phone $29 with airtime purchase (reg $39) ends 7/21

TracFone ZTE Z233VL (Verizon) or ZTE Z232TL (GSM) LTE flip phone $12 with airtime purchase (reg $19) ends 7/21

eBay

TracFone LG Rebel 2 (Verizon) 16 GB LTE Android phone with 1200 minutes, texts and MBs of data, one year of service, case and car charger $49.95 (reg $49.99 w/o airtime) Free shipping

Universal unlocked Orbic Wonder 16 GB LTE Android phone (pre-owned) $70.00 Free shipping

Unlocked Nexus 5 D520 16 GB 32 GB LTE Android phone (new other) $84.95 Free shipping

Unlocked T-Mobile LG G3 D851 32 GB LTE Android phone (manufacturer refurbished) $89.98 Free shipping

Unlocked AT&T ZTE Trek 2 HD K88 8" LTE Tablet (new) $99.99 Free shipping.

Unlocked Nexus 6 XT1103 64 GB LTE Android phone (seller refurbished) $119.95 Free shipping

Universal unlocked Motorola G5 Plus 32 GB LTE Android phone (new other) $129.99 Free shipping

Unlocked T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 4 N910-T 32 GB LTE phone (manufacturer refurbished) $139.99 free shipping

Unlocked T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S5 SM-G900T 16 GB LTE Android phone (new) $158.98 free shipping

Unlocked Nexus 6P H1511 64 GB (manufacturer refurbished) LTE Android phone $159.99 free shipping

Unlocked GSM iPhone 6 64 GB (seller refurbished) $186.99 Free shipping.

Unlocked iPhone 6s 64 GB (manufacturer refurbished) $214.95 Free shipping

Verizon (or Verizon MVNO) Samsung Galaxy S5 G900V LTE VoLTE Android phone (new) $119.90 free shipping

Verizon (or Verizon MVNO) Samsung Galaxy Note 4 N910V LTE VoLTE Android phone (new other) $154.99 Free shipping.

FreedomPop (online only) shipping $14.99 unless otherwise noted

BYOP Activation (Sprint phones) 99¢ (reg $19.99)

LTE GSM (AT&T) phone SIM $4.99 (reg $9.99) with free shipping

LTE GSM (AT&T) data-only SIM $4.99 (reg $9.99) with free shipping

Netgear Unite (Certified Pre-Owned) GSM (AT&T) LTE hotspot $9.99 (was $79.99 new) with free shipping

Samsung Galaxy S5 (Certified Pre-Owned) Sprint LTE phone $79.99 with free shipping

HSN shipping $5.95 unless otherwise noted

TracFone LG Rebel 3 (Verizon) 16 GB LTE Android phone with 1200 minutes, texts and MBs of data, one year of service, case and car charger $59.95 (reg $59.99 w/o airtime) Free shipping.

TracFone LG Fiesta 2 (Verizon) 16 GB LTE Android phone with 1500 minutes, texts and MBs of data, one year of service, case  and car charger $79.95 (reg $99.99 w/o airtime) Free shipping.

TracFone Samsung J3 (Verizon) 16 GB LTE Android phone with 1500 minutes, texts and MBs of data, one year of service, case and car charger $99.95 (reg $79.99 w/o airtime) Free shipping.

TracFone Samsung Galaxy J7 Sky Pro (Verizon) 16 GB LTE Android phone with 1200 minutes, texts and MBs of data, one year of service, case  and car charger $99.95 (reg $99.99 w/o airtime) Free shipping.

TracFone LG Premier Pro (Verizon) 16 GB LTE Android phone with 1200 minutes, texts and MBs of data, one year of service, case  and car charger $99.95 (reg $99.99 w/o airtime) Free shipping.

metroPCS Free 2-day shipping on all phones

Free iPhone SE or $100 off any other iPhone when you port a number to MetroPCS, in stores only.

Four lines of the unlimited $50 plan for $100 when you port a number to MetroPCS, in stores only.

Free Phones for port-ins: The LG K20 Plus, LG Aristo 2, Motorola Moto E4 or Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime are free and all other phones are $99 off when you port a number that's not currently active on T-Mobile network to MetroPCS and activate on a $50 or higher plan. In stores only, while supplies last.

For the phones listed below rebates require activation and are instant for in-store new activations. Mail in rebates for online purchases and instore or online upgrades require 2 months paid service.

Alcatel Go LTE flip phone $69 ($29 after rebate) (ref $89.99)

Coolpad Defiant LTE Android phone $79 ($29 after rebate) (reg $99.99)

ZTE Avid 4 16 GB LTE Android phone $99.99 ($49 after rebate) (reg $109)

LG Aristo 2 16 GB LTE Android phone $109 ($59 after rebate) (reg $139)

Motorola Moto E4 16 GB LTE Android phone $119 ($59 after rebate) (reg $129)

Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime 16 GB LTE Android phone $119 ($59 after rebate) reg $139

ZTE Blade Z Max 16 GB LTE Android phone $119 (reg $179.99) in stores only

LG K20 Plus 32 GB LTE Android phone $129 ($99 after rebate)

Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime 16 GB LTE Android phone $159 ($119 after rebate) (reg $209.99) in stores only

LG Stylo 3 Plus 32 GB LTE Android phone $149 (reg $219) in stores only

Apple iPhone SE 32 GB $149 (free with port-in) in stores only

Apple iPhone 6s 16 GB $399 ($249 with port-in) in stores only

Motorola free shipping on orders over $75

Universal Unlocked Moto G5S Plus LTE Android phone 32 GB $229.99 (reg $279.99), 64 GB $249.99 (reg $349.99) ends 6/29

Universal Unlocked Motorola Moto X4 32 GB LTE Android phone $299.99 (reg $399.99) ends 6/29

Unlocked Moto Z2 Play LTE Android Phone 64 GB $349.99 (reg $499.99) ends 6/29

Unlocked Moto Z LTE Android Phone 64 GB $449.99 (reg $499.99)

Newegg Free shipping unless indicated otherwise

ZTE Nubia N1 Lite 16 GB dual SIM LTE Android phone $117.99 (reg $149.99)

Unlocked ZTE Blade V8 Pro 32 GB LTE Android phone $139.99 (reg $199.99)

Universal Unlocked Motorola Moto G6 Play LTE Android phone 32 GB $199.99

Unlocked Huawei Mate SE 64 GB LTE Android phone $229.99 (reg $249.99)

Universal Unlocked Motorola Moto G6 LTE Android phone 32 GB $249.99

Universal Unlocked Motorola Moto X4 32 GB LTE Android phone $299.99 (reg $399.99)

Unlocked Moto Z LTE Android Phone 64 GB $399.99 (reg $499.99)

Project Fi

Universal Unlocked Motorola Moto G6 32 GB LTE Android phone $199.99 with activation (reg $249.99)

Universal unlocked Android One Moto X4 32 GB LTE Android phone $249 with activation (reg $399)

ShopCellDeals free shipping

Boost Mobile BYOP SIM Kit $4.99 (reg $9.99)

Boost Mobile $35 airtime subscription $33.25/month

Boost Mobile $50 airtime subscription $47.50/month

Straight Talk Free shipping on phones $19.99 and up.

Free reconditioned LG Rebel (Verizon), Alcatel OneTouch Pixi Avion (Verizon), or Alcatel Pixi Charm (T-Mobile) LTE Android phone with purchase of $45 airtime card

LG Sunset (AT&T) LTE Android phone $19.99 ($13.99 with plan purchase) (was $99.99)

Reconditioned Samsung Galaxy Luna (Verizion) 16 GB LTE Android phone $19.99 ($13.99 with plan purchase) (new $29.99)

Reconditioned Samsung Galaxy Luna Pro (Verizion) 16 GB LTE Android phone $24.99 ($14.99 with plan purchase) (new $29.99)


50% reconditioned iPhones with airtime purchase and code ST50OFF

Reconditioned iPhone SE 32 GB $99.99 (was $349.99 new)

iPhone SE 32 GB $139.99 (reg $349.99)

Reconditioned iPhone 6 32 GB $149.99 (was $449.99 new)

iPhone 6 32 GB $179.99 (was $449.99)

iPhone 6s 32 GB $299.99 (was $549.99) with plan purchase

iPhone 6s Plus 32 GB $399.99 (was $649.99) with plan purchase

Target free shipping on orders over $35

Get an extra 5% off phones and airtime with Target Red Card

Cricket Coolpad Canvas 16 GB LTE Android phone $49.99 in stores only

Simple Mobile iPhone SE 32 GB $159.99

Total Wireless ZTE ZFIVE 2 LTE Android phone $29.99 (reg $49.99)

Total Wireless Samsung Galaxy J7 Sky Pro 16 GB LTE Android phone $99.99 (reg $149.99)

Total Wireless iPhone SE 32 GB $149.99

Total Wireless iPhone 6 32 GB $199.99 in stores only

TracFone iPhone SE 32 GB with $35 airtime $234.99

Universal Unlocked Motorola Moto G6 Play LTE Android phone 32 GB $199.99

Universal Unlocked Motorola Moto G6 LTE Android phone 32 GB $249.99

Verizon Prepaid Motorola Moto E4 16 GB LTE VoLTE Android phone $59.99 (reg $69.99)

Unadvertised in store only specials:

Some items have very limited availability, especially ones with prices ending in .98 which indicates a clearance item. 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 Prepaid ZTE Blade Spark 16 GB LTE Android phone $55.98 (was $99.99) 080-02-1697

Boost Mobile Motorola E4 16 GB LTE Android phone $20.98 (was $79.99) 080-06-1665

Boost Mobile Motorola E4 Plus 16 GB LTE Android phone $29.98 (was $99.99) 080-02-1040

TracFone SIM kit $1.00 (reg $9.99) 080-02-1218

Net10 SIM kit $1.00 (reg $9.99) 080-02-1216

Simple Mobile SIM kit $1.00 (reg $9.99) 080-02-1217

Unlocked Motorola Moto G Plus 5th Gen 32 GB LTE Android phone $68.98 (was $229.99) 080-02-1665

Verizon Prepaid Motorola E4 16 GB LTE Android phone $17.98 (was $69.99) 080-02-1704

Verizon Prepaid Motorola E4 Plus 16 GB LTE Android phone $35.98 (was $129.99) 080-02-1703

TracFone free shipping

Alcatel Pixi Eclipse (Verizon) 3G Android phone Free with airtime purchase

Reconditioned LG Rebel 2  (Verizon) LTE Android phone $19.99 ($13.99 with plan purchase) (new $39.99)

Alcatel ZIP  (Verizon) 16GB LTE Android phone $39.99 ($27.99 with plan purchase) (reg $49.99)

iPhone SE 32 GB (Verizon) with 750 Minutes, 1,000 Texts, 1GB Data/ and 60-Days of Service ($35 value) $214.99.

iPhone 6s (Verizon) 32 GB $299.99

iPhone 6s Plus (Verizon) 32 GB $399.99

Verizon Prepaid

Motorola Moto E4 16 GB LTE Android phone $29.99 (reg $49.99)

Franklin Ellipsis Jetpack MHS900L LTE hotspot $49.99 (was $149.99)

Apple iPhone SE 32 GB $159.99 (was $349.99)

Apple iPhone 6 32 GB $199.99 (was $449.99)

CPO Apple iPhone 6s 16 GB $299.99 (new $449.99)

Virgin Mobile Free shipping

Six months service for $1/month (plus tax) when you purchase an iPhone or bring your own and port your number to Virgin Mobile.

iPhone 6s Pre-owned 16 GB $159.99, 64 GB $199.99

iPhone 6s Plus Pre-owned 64 GB $219.99

iPhone 7 Pre-owned 32 GB $239.99

iPhone SE 32 GB (new)$274.99
iPhone 7 Plus Pre-owned 32 GB $299.99

iPhone 6 32 GB (new) $319.99 (was $449.99)

Walmart free shipping on orders over $35

AT&T Prepaid Huawei Ascend XT 2 16 GB LTE Android phone $69.00 (reg $119)

AT&T Prepaid Samsung Galaxy Express Prime 2 16 GB LTE Android phone $89.99 (reg $129)

AT&T Prepaid iPhone SE 32 GB with $45 airtime $194

AT&T Prepaid iPhone 6 32 GB with $45 airtime $244

Boost Mobile Samsung J7 Perx 16 GB LTE Android phone $119.99 (reg $149.99)

Simple Mobile iPhone SE 32 GB $139.99 (was $349.99)

Straight Talk BYOP SIM for Verizon, AT&T or T-Mobile network 99¢

Refurbished Straight Talk iPhone SE 32 GB with $35 airtime $85.49 ($159.99 new w/o airtime)

Straight Talk iPhone SE 32GB $139.00 (was $349.99)

Refurbished Straight Talk iPhone 6 32GB $149.99 ($199.99 new)

Straight Talk iPhone 6 32GB $179.00 (was $399.99)

Straight Talk iPhone 6s 32GB $299.00 (was $449.99)

Straight Talk iPhone 6s Plus 32GB $399.00 (was $549.99)

Refurbished Total Wireless iPhone SE 32GB $99.99 ($159.99 new)

Refurbished Total Wireless iPhone SE 32GB with $60 airtime $110.49 ($139.99 new w/o airtime)

Total Wireless iPhone SE 32GB $139.00 (reg $349.99)

Total Wireless iPhone 6s 32GB $299.00 (was $449.99)

Total Wireless iPhone 6s Plus 32GB $399.00 (was $549.99)

Universal Unlocked Motorola Moto G6 LTE Android phone 32 GB $249.99

Verizon Prepaid Motorola Moto E4 with $30 bundled airtime $69 (was $99)

Virgin Mobile Samsung Galaxy J7 Perx 16 GB LTE Android phone $129.00 (reg $149.00)

Unadvertised in store only specials:

Some items have very limited availability. Use Brickseek's Walmart Inventory Checker to check for price and availability in your area by SKU number (after price in listings below).

Boost Mobile Motorola Moto E5 Play 16 GB LTE Android phone $59 (reg $79) 480764657

Boost Mobile Motorola Moto G6 Play 16 GB LTE Android phone $79 (reg $119) 247042233

Unlocked LG G6 US997 32 GB LTE Android phone $299.99 (was $465) 449248028

Virgin Mobile Motorola Moto E5 Play 16 GB LTE Android phone $59 (reg $79) 749023809

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  1. Will the LG G3 EVER make way for newer phones on the top pick deals list?
    This 2014 phone still has a nice screen and works on most AT&T LTE bands, but the lack of T-mobile Band 12 on the GSM model, and limited LTE compatibility with the Verizon version should surely earn it a graceful departure by now.

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    1. The eBay seller linked to the deal above claims Band 12 support, but neither LG, Phonescoop or other independent sites show this so I doubt it. Also, you are stuck on Android 6.0.1. Don't complain; it shipped with KitKat 4.4!

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    2. The G3, along with the Note 4 and Galaxy S5 are among the last flagships with removable batteries. Older flagships are the best budget phones IMO. They cost less and have better cameras and similar performance when compared to current midrangers.

      The G3 has more RAM than the S5 and is considerably less expensive than the Note 4. The T-Mobile G3 listed here is also rootable and bootloadable unlockable. I don't recommend it for T-Mobile due to lack of band 12 but it has bands 2, 4 and 17 for AT&T. I think it deserves to on the best of the rest list. The Verizon model supports Verizon's main bands and is VoLTE capable.

      There are already a number of newer unlocked phones on the list; Honor 7x, Moto G5, G5s, G6 and X4.

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    3. Third part Nougat ROMs are available for the G3 including an official Lineage OS one.

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  2. Lol while replying with my G3! Thanks as always Dennis.

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  3. I had G+. Luckily I was able to return it. My E4 is great.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=Moto+G+Plus+5th+Gen+auto+restart

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    1. "The era of rooting, ROMs, unlocking and removable batteries in decent phones is over."

      Its unfortunate, because allowing this shows a focus on the user experience, what the users need...

      It is not surprising that Apple, the company which gives the least regard to the user experience, has led the way in crippling their devices.

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    2. Apple spends far more than any other phone/OS company in creating an exquisite, comfortable, accessible user experience. It may be a 'walled garden,' but it is the best walled garden possible, one that pleasantly surprises and delights Apple customers and keeps them coming back for more iOS devices time after time.
      One droid's "crippling" slur is a million Apple user's 'Thanks' for keeping their old, worn-out (not 'defective') batteries from causing their iPhones from crashing randomly before they can get the batteries replaced (for a $50 discount).

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    3. "Apple spends far more than any other phone/OS company in creating an exquisite, comfortable, accessible user experience."

      Yet when they cripple things and make it hard for users to do things with their own phone, there's really no recourse. And this happens,you either put up with bad ideas, or shut up. Apple focuses on the caprices of the Cardinals of Cupertino, instead of what the user'
      s actually need.
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      I don't know why you mention the problem of Apple shipping phones with defective batteries, but it doesn't help your case.

      A $50 discount for users being forced to pay to repair defective phones that Apple shipped is in itself problematic: users should pay nothing for this, and not be given the wonderful blessing of being discounted on a fee that they should not have to pay in the first place.

      Only Apple can get away with shipping broken phones and then make their users be happy with paying to repair them!

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    4. If Apple ships an iPhone with a battery that turns out to have been defective, they will replace it free, even if AppleCare has expired. Sony sold them a batch of iPhone 5S batteries that overheated under certain conditions, and Apple replaced them free. A limited range of iPhone 6S were found to have shipped with defective batteries, and Apple replaced them free. If owners had already paid for a replacement for these batteries, Apple refunded the cost of the repair.

      No one ever backs up their claims that Apple charges customers to replace defective batteries that shipped in iPhones. Because they can't.

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    5. ... except for all those instances that are well-documented where Apple demands that people pay $29 to replace the defective batteries in iPhones. They are being sued over this, as many consider charging the customer to repair a defective item to be a scam.

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    6. "Apple demands that people pay $29 to replace the defective batteries in iPhones. They are being sued over this"
      Wrong. Apple is being sued because they did not disclose that they were slowing the processors in iPhones when old, worn-out batteries (usually with a low charge) could not reliably supply enough power for normal performance, resulting in the phone crashing. Crashing on low charge with old, worn, batteries is not unique to Apple. They should have just let the iPhones crash, with hindsight.
      The only "scam" is the herd of greedy lawyers and customers who want Apple to make them rich. And dishonest Apple-hating bloggers who post false information over and over to get attention.

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  4. The era of rooting, ROMs, unlocking and removable batteries in decent phones is over.

    Manufacturers have cracked down on all of those and now the market's matured to the point where innovation is a thing of the past.

    In fact, for the last few years the best Moto Gs available in the US have all had fairly similar 4/64 specs

    So nowadays you might as well Go Moto from now on, because spec stagnation has set in abd universal compatibility is one of the few remaining desirable features that Google and phone makers haven't already stomped all over.

    Sure, you could get still get an old phone with missing bands, limited compatibility, an older unoptimized OS and none of the security features that allow certain apps like Moviepass to run without issue.

    But if we're being honest, it's really not worth the trouble.

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    1. I agree. RIP CyanogenMod. Android is hard enough to keep safe without using old versions. And rooting can break security even further, a hacker's delight.

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    2. Think about it... Is your phone really more secure when draconian policies from manufacturers prevent you from doing what you want with it?

      It seems to me that their increased presence controlling what you do actually makes it LESS secure.

      A good analogy involves buying furniture from Ikea...

      A locked down phone that you can't root or jailbreak is like buying furniture from Ikea, but you can't choose where to put it in your house.

      An unlocked or jailbroke phone is like a house you can move the furniture everywhere you want, or even turn it at a 20 degree angle.

      And the version of events preferred by Apple and its most strident Fanboys is one where not only can you not move the furniture in your house, but there is an Apple employee permanently standing in your living room ready to yell at you if you turn your furniture the wrong way or even sit in a chair using the wrong posture.

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      Things are the MOST secure when users can do whatever they want with the property that they have purchased. Because when others/outsiders, control what you do, that's insecure.

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    3. I agree that Android gives users more freedom and control and I primarily use Android devices. I believe that Android is as generally secure as iOS provided you use a device with the latest monthly security patches, don't install apps from anywhere except the Play Store and aren't a law enforcement target.

      But, I also believe that Android as a whole is less secure than iOS. The freedom to sideload apps and the lack of security updates for so many devices makes Android devices as a class less secure than iOS ones.

      FWIW, I've met a few computer security professionals recently and they all seem to use iPhones.

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    4. "The freedom to sideload apps and the lack of security updates for so many devices makes Android devices as a class less secure than iOS ones."

      Lack of security updates makes it less secure, but stripping away the ability of the USER to choose to side-load makes it leas secure, to me!

      I think the phone is more secure when the user has more control over what they choose to do with their OWN device. and less so when you feel the heavy hand of a propeller-beanie guy from far away inside Apple's giant concrete donut, resting on your shoulder, preventing you from doing what you need to do.

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  5. The link for "Verizon (or Verizon MVNO) LG G3 VS985" is linked to a "LG G3 (LS990)" on Sprint.

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  6. hey Dennis i wish Sprint would sell an iPhone se i could use on the unlimited Kickstart plan

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    1. Kickstart isn'r available any more.

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    2. Just buy a Verizon iPhone Se. Non prepaid. I used 1 to get the free plan

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  7. Totally off topic, but I almost fell off my coffeeshop stool this morning... looked at my Moto G4 Play and it was offering an update to Android 7.1.1.

    This would be the phone that I only bought after Motorola said the update was coming out "next month". That would be in May 2017 I think. And after I heard people in S America were getting the update, I trusted them.

    Oh well, been generally happy with the phone and the Teltik (T-Mobile) $23 plan.

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  8. The updates to android 7+ are needed for all android phones. Went to a pizza hut and the pizza hut app no longer works on my LG Tribute HD running 6.0 so all my pizza hut rewards are not useable until I buy another phone and that will be an Iphone 6 for $200 that constantly gets updated

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    1. ...or you can get the Moto G4 play from the comment above. With Android 7.1.1, you can run this Pizza Hut app on that Moto! And you will still have an operating system it's a lot easier to use than iOS on the iPhone. You're going to have a hard time on the iPhone.. For just one thing that nice consistent back feature on Android is replaced on the iPhone with a back function that is found in every place all over the screen and it's often hidden which makes simply "going back" in an app a puzzle like one of those hidden object games. Nothing consistent. And if you try and just copy songs onto your iPhone, you will find that something that is easy and intuitive on every single version of Android is actually impossible on an iPhone. But in all fairness the camera on the iPhone 6 is a lot better than on your LG or probably any Motorola phone ever made. So if you want a phone that's harder to use but takes better pictures, go with the iPhone.

      By the way, did it ever occur to you that the fault was with Pizza Hut for making an app that didn't work? Fleeing to iPhone won't protect you from this at all... You'll be out of luck if Pizza Hut did the same sort of silly thing and made an app that only worked on iOS 11 or newer. Which makes no more or no less sense than what Pizza Hut did with the app on your Android 6 phone.

      iPhones don't "constantly get updated", even though they have a longer and better upgrade situation than most all Android devices. This is mostly a good thing, but it's not always good. There's been a Spate of major problems recently due to Apple forcing buggy un-vetted iOS upgrades on everyone.

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    2. iPhone 6 is a great choice. Updates every month or so for 3 1/2 years. When this iPhone came out lots of android owners switched cause of the bigger screen. You’ll be amazed how much better this iPhone works compared to Tribute HD (I used to have one of those). Enjoy!

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    3. I don't know what Pizza Hut app the OP is talking about but according to its Play Store listing, Pizza Hut - Apps on Google Play, the official Pizza Hut app works on Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) and later.

      Virtually all popular Android apps work on 4.4 (KitKat) or later. The real problem with Android updates is not the lack of major version updates (Marshmallow to Nougat, for example) but the lack of timely (or any) security updates for most devices.

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    4. You're right Dennis, thank you for dashing some common sense on this.

      There's no reason that a simple store app like this would it run on much older versions of Android than 7.

      I'm sure there's good reasons to abandon Android for iPhone, but this app is not one of them. And no anchovies.

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    5. IMO, the problem of the lack of timely/any andriod security updates, and major/minor OS version upgrades are BOTH the real problem. If there are no security updates, you need the OS minor or major upgrade for security. And most phones rarely get the latter. So either way, many, many android phones are not secure. Uptake of new OS versions is painfully slow across the board. Hackers know this and the big majority of hackers targeting mobile go where the money is - android. This can't be explained by market share alone.

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    6. Version updates are primarily feature updates. Occasionally a version update includes a new security related feature like Verify Apps, Android's Anti-Virus which was added in 4.2 Jelly Bean. But patches for newly discovered exploits are in the Security Updates which Google releases to manufacturers monthly.

      Google issues monthly security updates for the last three major releases, currency Oreo, Nougat and Marshmallow. A Marshmallow phone with the June, 2108 security release should be as secure as an Oreo phone with the same security patch.

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    7. Yes. However new major releases also introduce new security features not available on older ones. In Android O, you’ll have to grant permission for each and every source, individually, which means that apps cannot install other apps (when users enable the “Unknown Sources” option in Security Settings). Reset protection is another example.
      There is often some extra security built into the code base in newer versions that might not be replicated in security updates for older major versions. E.G., Lolipop pushed application sandboxing a step further than Kitkat, particularly with respect to inter-app isolation. You break most of that when your root; sandboxing can no longer be reasonably enforced.

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    8. About 38% of Android phones in use are running versions older than 6, 7 or 8.
      Many phones running those newer versions aren't getting monthly security updates.

      Only 7% of iPhones in use are running iOS older than v.10 or 11.
      S: Statista

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    9. The Pizza Hut App will open on phones with Android 4.4 but when attempting to use the app a message appears that the version of the app is not compatible with the phone

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    10. Clearly the fault of Pizza Hut for making such a buggy app, and absolutely nothing to do with Android itself

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    11. This is the fault of Android 4.4 and anybody who is still using it.
      Unsafe and bugs not fixed.

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  9. Ting is preselling the Moto G6 Play for 99c off, plus your choice of SIM card. You'll probably pay for shipping, though.

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  10. Sprint has a killer tablet plan: $25/month for unlimited, including 10GB fast hotspot data. 480 resolutions looks great on my iPad, but you can pay extra for full HD if you want. No need for an unlimited data phone plan.
    No way I'm going to watch a lot of movies on a 5.5-5.7" screen. And lugging a 6" phone so you can watch movies better is a hassle and looks low-class.

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    1. Sprint lets you add this unlimited data tablet plan to the Free Unlimited Bring Your Own plan. They give you a $10 discount for a BYOD tablet, so it only costs $15 with autopay. Sprint SIM costs $2.99 if you need one.

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    2. "And lugging a 6" phone so you can watch movies better is a hassle and looks low-class."

      There's no way that it looks "low class".. this is pretty much the standard size for state-of-the-art well-designed phones. I think you are in the tiny minority that "too small to use" phones are better.

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    3. 6" is phablet - neither phone nor tablet. A really awkward compromise. They aren't convenient to do anything really well except make your pocket bulge if thats what you wanted.
      Phablets are anything over 5.5". And they are inconvenient to carry and use.

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    4. I agree, and phablets include 5.5" phones too. The 16:9 ones are too wide, look fat. Dockers says they had to widen pockets on jeans so these things would fit. The new 2:1 models are fine for me though.

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    5. Screen size doesn't tell you much about the overall size of a phone. The 5.8" Galaxy S8 is smaller in every dimension than the 5.2 Moto G5 Plus.

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  11. 6" in a phone. Just about the perfect size, and the most convenient for most people. The "phablet" idea faded out a few years ago.

    Here is one of many articles burying it... this one from four years ago:

    "Don’t call them phablets, just call them the fastest growing connected device segment"

    This comment says it all:

    "DC’s definition for phablets is outdated , just like not so long ago even 5 inch devices were phablets, now you can’t call 5.5 inch a phablet anymore. 5.5 is mainstream. Anything from 4.9 to 5.5 is mainstream., bellow you got smaller phones and above phablets. Even 5.7 might not be a phablet anymore at this point since it’s pretty normal."

    Since the above comment from 2014 was made. the size of a normal phone has increased a little bit, pushing the "phablet" term into even more irrelevance.

    As for phones over 5.5" inches, they are far and away the most popular and drive demand, and it is exactly due to their convenience and that they excel as phones and other devices.

    You seem to be stuck in the era when smart phones were hardly larger than credit cards... a painfully tiny and inconvenient size... and seem to have the purely imaginary idea that the phones were so tiny because it was the best size. As opposed to the reality: back then, unlike now, it was cost prohibitive to make and sell phones the optimal 5.7" plus size.

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  12. The $150 g6 Play at Best Buy is probably the best deal on a one-year phone.

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