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Cut the Cost of Your Cell Phone in Half!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of TracFone for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

One of my readers asked me the other day about why I've been posting regularly about Tracfone. Well, one reason is because they're a sponsor of the MelissaStuff blog, the other is that it's really a smart way to keep your cell phone service a frugal choice for your budget.
My parents are too cute with their new smart phones. They love the new features and the technology that allows them to text, surf the Internet and store lots of information in their phones. But they are always and forever having issues with the tiny keys - they can't see them and they can't keep from hitting the wrong key or more than one key at a time when dialing or texting.
Tracfone actually has something new called - Senior Value! It's designed just for seniors who want a simple, inexpensive phone that they can see and dial without any extra helping aids. I love that this allows my parents generation to Get into Everywhereness!
There are no contracts, no credit checks, no activation costs or cancelation fees. You don't have to worry that there will be hidden charges that jack your bill up unexpectedly. But you still get great coverage and name brand phones from companies such as Motorola, Samsung, and Nokia. It's unbelievable to think that you can get so many features at such great prices.
According to real TracFone customers one of their favorite features is international calling to 60 different countries for the same price as a domestic call. You can even provide your family and friends in Mexico and Canada with a local number where they can reach you on your Tracfone.
There are monthly plans and phones that start as low as $9.99! Those on a limited budget, you can pay for your service up front and never be surprised by another cell phone bill . . . and there are some great options for seniors.
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  1. Excellent post.

    Ever hear of SVC?

    Great price. Easy to use, Simple phone for seniors. Not complicated. No bells and whistles. The senior Value phone SVC is well worth considering.

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