TracFone Promo Codes – February

by pbushx2 on February 13, 2012

For the current TracFone Promotional Code database, click here.
I revised the code list again last week, and didn’t have a whole lot of changes to make. Here are the newest codes I’ve added to the list:

  • 28805 for 20 bonus minutes on a 60-minute card
  • 94074 for 60 bonus minutes on a 120-minute card
  • 86692 for 40 bonus minutes on a 120-minute card
  • 40099 for 50 bonus minutes on a 200-minute card
  • 71901 for 40 bonus minutes on a 200-minute card

I’ve put the new codes in bold to set them off from the older codes in the list.Also, by way of an update on other prepaid phone news I’ll be talking about in the near future, I’ve got my LG 511c review just about finished up, so you can expect to see a post about that soon. I’ll also continue to follow the “SIM only plans,” and hopefully have my own experiences to share on that soon.
Beyond that, I’ll continue to add more phones to my ever-growing list of upcoming phone reviews. I’m not sure I’ll ever get completely caught up, but I’ll sure try!

{ 10 comments… read them below or add one }

jeff February 13, 2012 at 4:47 pm

Keep up the good work!
thanks for all that you do.


David February 13, 2012 at 5:14 pm

I have a Tracfone LG 800G. The most irritating thing with it is when I connect with Sync in my car, I have to accept the connection each time I enter. If I get out for gas or any other type of exit, I have to reaccept the connection.
My previous phone was a Samsung T301G and it always connected as I approached the car without my having to accept the connection.


Don February 13, 2012 at 7:57 pm

When you thought the LG800G was going out the door you quit reviewing it. R U ever going to finish the review for it now ? Like, what VERSION of what MINI-Browser should we use, AND how do
we install it ? Any other APPS do you recommend for it, like a GPS thingy, stock ticker, or something ? Thanks!


Abby February 13, 2012 at 10:35 pm

I’m with Don. I know it’s probably hard for you to keep up as fast as things are changing but I’d really like the information he mentions on the LG800g. I like the phone and tried loading a browser by instructions on Howard Forums but I didn’t quite understand and ended up with an unsigned version I think. I want the mini version of Opera since it lets you choose QWERTY for web browsing.


Jerry February 19, 2012 at 1:50 pm

Do you know why the Motorola 124 no longer shows up on the Tracfone website? I quit using mine several months ago because of problems, but wonder if there is an official problem with it.


pbushx2 February 20, 2012 at 4:19 pm

I haven’t found out why that would be. I think the 800g was a far more popular phone, though.


pepper February 24, 2012 at 6:56 pm

Jerry….I too noticed that it was no longer on Tracfone so I hit up Amazon. In reading the reviews on amazon (I was looking to try this phone out) the last couple of people that ordered it through Amazon had complained of the sim card that came with the phone was not working properly.

Earlier this week Amazon said it was out of stock, however in the last two days they updated the status to “will ship in 2 – 4 weeks, so maybe it will be back on Tracfone’s site as well.


Bernie February 26, 2012 at 11:25 am

I have heard good things about the Motorola, but better things about the LG 800 G. It is a good phone that does what you expect, as long as you do not have unreasonable expectations.


James McMillan April 16, 2012 at 4:27 pm

I just got an LG 800 through Tracfone to replace my LG600, mainly for the TMFL. Had about an hour over the phone transferring time and minutes and activation (don’t even think about doing on-line). Howard Forums recommended the Opera-mini browser or the Bolt. Bolt is no longer in existance and Opera will not install. Tracfones browser is so slow that anything like Yahoo or Facebook times out before it comes up, so so much for browzing! The manual for this phone is crap, configuration is a learning experience. The phone audio is much better than the LG600 as is the camera. Too bad LG won’t put a flash on their phones. A 4G SD micro card is a wise addition, as is a data cable. I contacts via Bluetooth since both phones are enabled. I could have transferred photos and ringtones by bluetooth with the usb Dongler in my desktop, but it was quicker with the data cable, having to edit photos for size. I’m OK with the phone and features, but Tracfone will never have satisfactory browzing. Looks like an Android is next. Enjoyed your blog for thye last five years. Keep up the great service!


pbushx2 April 17, 2012 at 7:35 pm

Hey James, those are great points about the two main alternative browsers no longer being an option. I hadn’t thought of that since I haven’t used an alternative browser on the 800g or similar phone in a long time.

Have you posted on Howardforums to see whether anyone there has a better suggestion for a browser? Here’s the link to the forum in case you are not familiar with it:


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