Comparison between regular airtime cards with the smartphone only cards – Find out the difference between the regular Pay As You Go airtime cards with the new Smartphone Only airtime cards from Tracfone and see which one that can give you the best deal in price and minutes use.
Tracfone is a prepaid wireless phone company that provides both the phone and also the service to use the phone. Tracfone offer different kind of cell phone including the non-smartphone and smartphone device from various brand.
Tracfone also make it possible for people who use non Tracfone phone to bring their device and use it with their service with a program called BYOP program.
When people buy an airtime card and enter it to their Tracfone smartphone, the airtime that people get will be automatically tripled. That is not all; the airtime itself will be split into three different categories, for talk time, text and data.
For example, if you buy 60 Minutes Card, you will get not 60 minutes airtime but 180 minutes of airtime. Each category will receive the same amount of airtime, where in this example it means that you will get 180 minutes for talk time, 180 text and 180 MB for data use. That is some kind of deal that you can get and so far it work great for many Tracfone user.
Recently, Tracfone released new airtime cards specifically for smartphone. Now, this new airtime card is different from the regular card. It’s different because when you top off your phone, the amount of talk time, text and data won’t be tripled. Sounds not good? You need to look further to decide whether this new card is worth it or you better stick with the regular one.
To make it easier for you to compare both options, here is the detail of what you can get from both of it:
Regular Airtime Card (Pay As You Go). Remember that regular card will tripled the amount of airtime you got (used with Tracfone Android) and you have several options and they are:
- 60 Minutes AirTime Card, for $19.99 you get 180 airtime each for talk, text and data. 90 Service Days.
- 120 Minutes AirTime Card, for $29.99 you get 360 airtime each for talk, text and data. 90 Service Days.
- 200 Minutes AirTime Card, for $39.99 you get 600 airtime each for talk, text and data. 90 Service Days.
- 450 Minutes AirTime Card, for $79.99 you get 1350 airtime each for talk, text and data. 90 Service Days.
- 1 Year/400 Minutes AirTime Card, for $99.99 you get 1200 airtime each for talk, text and data. 365 Service Days.
Smartphone and BYOP Only Card. For smartphone only cards, the options you got are:
- $15 Smartphone Only Card, for $15 you get 200 minutes talk time, 500 text and 200 MB data. 30 Service Days
- $25 Smartphone Only Card, for $25 you get 500 minutes talk time, 1000 text and 500 MB data. 60 Service Days
- $35 Smartphone Only Card, for $35 you get 750 minutes talk time, 1000 text and 1000 MB data. 60 Service Days
- $125 Smartphone Only Card, for $125 you get 1500 minutes talk time, 1500 text, and 1500 MB data. 365 Service Days.
As you can see, the regular and new card is indeed different on the amount of airtime for talk, text and data that you will get. What good could come from the difference? It simply a way to answer people need about the use of minutes they got.
Some people prefer to make a call while other love to text and other use their data so much. Different people have different need so overall the availability of both type of cards is a good offer that will meet each and everyone people need.
Between old or regular card and new card, which card that works better for you? The answer for that question will depend on your personal need. Consider the way you use your smartphone, do you use it mostly for browsing or texting or make a call? When you already know the pattern of your smartphone usage, you will be able to choose the best card that work for you.