TracFone Z233 Flip Prepaid Carrier Locked – 2.8inch Screen – 512MB – Black (U.S. Warranty) – Reviews & Compare Deals

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This TracFone ZTE Z233 Prepaid Cell Phone serves as a useful alternative to people who don't want to commit to a month-to-month cell service plan. With this prepaid phone, you can pay as you go. This allows you to track the amount of money you're spending easily. The prepaid flip phone is easy to use and helps you keep track of your day-to-day. It comes fully loaded with a wide variety of applications, including internet access, text and picture messaging and an alarm clock. The phone book holds up to 1,000 entries, and the hands-free speaker allows you to connect easily while driving. Listen to your favorite tunes on the MP3 player, and take photos and videos to share with friends and family. It includes an activation card, a battery, a charger and a services guide.
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TracFone ZTE Z233 4G LTE Prepaid Phone

TracFone ZTE Z233 4G LTE Prepaid Phone

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  • 4G LTE; Text and Picture Messaging; Internet Access
  • Internal Memory 4 GB; Supports microSD Memory Card up to 32 GB; External Caller ID
  • 2 MP Camera; 1.1 GHz Quad-Core Processor; Bluetooth 4.1 Wireless Technology
  • CDMA Based Phone. Band (Frequency) Technology and Band: LTE/CDMA
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5 Comments
  1. After a month, nobody can hear me when I call–what good is it? Zero stars….Now I have to go through the hassle of switching to another phone….

  2. I just needed an emergency phone that didn’t require access to the internet. This fits the bill. Now I’ve got to get used to using a non-touch non-smartphone when I use it, but it works for what I wanted it for.

  3. I think this is my first-ever review on Amazon. Let me cut to the chase. This phone is not work your time. The voice quality is terrible. No one can understand me and I can’t understand them much better. Also, there is no way to see your airtime balance (minutes) or service end date on the phone. I’m so-so on Tracfone having been a customer for many years. Their customer service is poor but the price is very attractive. At least it used to be when they offered good, simple, inexpensive phones. I bought this ZTE disaster because Tracfone (in conjunction with T-Mobile) suddenly shut off service to my phone without any warning. They told me they aren’t doing 3G anymore but only when I called and spent over an hour with Tracfone customer service trying to fix my 3G phone. They got T-Mobile on the line and then found out my phone won’t ever work again under their service. If you want a Tracfone you definitely don’t want this one. I’m bailing and going over to ATT prepaid so I can keep using my former Tracfone “feature phone”. It’s simple and it works plenty well enough.

  4. The phone was sent on a 30-day prime membership 2-day delivery. Although the Amazon website showed the package deliver on June 13, it was not until 5 days later we found the package on the floor of a 24-hour, open to the public community room entrance. No attempt was made to deliver to townhouse door by USPS. Canceled Prime.The TracFone Z233 product description is: Offer Type:512GB. “Prepaid Cell Phone serves as a useful alternative to people who don’t want to commit to a month-to-month cell service plan. With this prepaid phone, you can pay as you go.” When I tried to signup and purchase a pay as you go plan, I was told over the phone, over the web signup page, and by the online chat operator that I would have to commit to a cell service plan. No Deal.

  5. I have a company supplied smartphone that I use as my own (company perk comes with my poisition). However needed a cheap (non-smart) phone to make a small number of calls that my employer has no business of tracking. A cheap phone it is, although I wasn’t expecting much for $20. Wanted to go with TracFone as I wanted no contract or monthly bills. This phone is toy store plastic in quality (I’m being generous), and I will need to be extra careful with its use. It will most likely break very easily if dropped or will if it be used a lot. We will need to see how it holds up over time.

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