TracFone LG 306G No Contract Phone – Black

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Amazon Price: $69.98 $49.99 You save: $19.99 (29%). (as of April 26, 2018 1:32 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

you'll be pleased to discover that 'simple' and 'functional' can be used to describe the same device. The TracFone LG 306G Triple Minute Cell Phone is easy and exciting to use, while also giving you everything you need to stay connected with family, friends and a world of entertainment. This TracFone Triple Minutes for life phone offers the essentials without demanding too much from its user – with features that help you connect like swift texting, web browsing and instant email access. This phone provides easy access to your social life, without the complication of bells and whistles to slow you down. Keep moving forward with the TracFone LG 306G Triple Minute Cell Phone and let it be your go-to phone whenever you need to reach out and jump right into action.

Customer Reviews

Two Key Points You Should Know

 on August 5, 2014
By marc jones
This is my first Amazon review, and I’m doing it because there are a couple of points, both positive and negative, that need to be made about this phone, and I haven’t seen anyone comment on them in the reviews I read.

A impressive amount of apps and features. Not a smartphone, but still very nice!

 on June 13, 2014
By A.J. in NC
I’ve been a Tracfone user for over a decade and the annual $100 plan has always been perfect for my needs. I was happy with my old LG 840G except for it’s square-corner shape which always felt awkward in my hand. So, I bought the LG 306G a month ago and am well satisfied with it. The slimmer shape with rounded corners feels much better in the hand and in the pocket.

Great "near" smart phone for Tracfone

 on June 24, 2014
By Kindle Customer
I’m a long-time Tracfone user who recently upgraded from a LG 800G. This phone is more modern looking, well built, and has wi-fi and a greatly improved touch screen. If you connect by wi-fi, the phone won’t use up your minutes when you’re on the web. It’s priced lower than the Android phones now supported by Tracfone. It is not a smart phone since it doesn’t run Android apps, but it does the job of light web browsing and email and facebook checking pretty well. My phone works with good network coverage, but you should check with which network your phone would connect before you buy, because this can vary with a new phone. There are other apps available (paid from Tracfone, free at other online sites) if you want to play more games and such. It’s smaller than the current smart phones, but the screen size is ok for my needs. Another great feature is that the “triple minutes for life” works for calls, texts, and data. There’s a very helpful e-book by Craig C. White written about the LG 840G available from Amazon (also applicable to this phone) that gives you some great tips and info that I recommend.

Some of us only want to make PHONE calls on our mobile devices….

 on October 14, 2017
By CumquatM
My old LG840g died and I wanted a similar phone. This type of phone is hard to find so I bought this as a backup for my current LG306g. I am a very senior citizen who (gasp, gasp) only wants a mobile phone to make PHONE calls. I have a very nice computer with a 23″ screen, an I-pad, a Kindle reader, so when I want to check email, order stuff, and all other functions I use those other devices. I do have the patience to wait until I get home for other uses. I only need mobile for emergencies and basic. I know the new smartphones are great, but some of us don’t need to spend money for functions they don’t need, and will never use. I truly hope the industry will continue to supply phones for the niche market including folks like me.

Impressed with value!

 on April 26, 2016
By joan
I sure would be willing to pay more for this phone. Now as you name it android less smart phone, or OS less smartphone. However this is not a smartphone of any sort but has a touch screen. The only minor downside is that many apps are not made or even considered for Java cellphones yet, but the world’s most imprecindile app is there built in: Facebook. And as well has a second browser besides the stock browser: opera mini. What else can I say? Well let’s now review my first day ( today ) with this tracfone.

I <3 TracFone.

 on October 12, 2016
By Michael
This is now the bare-minimum triple-minute TracFone you can get, as of the time of this writing, with the 2G networks having already gone down in Canada and soon to go down in America, flipphones won’t work anymore and the voicemail system for flipphones is gone. An excellent touch-interface, I’ve owned one of these and my wife did, too. Excellent sound effects, simplistic as you can get these days. There are basic games you can buy from Ubisoft for 60 minutes each using the on-board internet browsing system’s homepage, which is the only thing I can recommend doing with the web browser since it is crap. There’s a serious danger of leaving accidentall pushing the internet browser button and keeping it on, draining minutes away from the phone, and I wish there was some way to disable it. My other gripe is that they sell basics like wallpapers and ringtones, that any teenager should be able to figure out how to make by himself or herself, for an unreasonable price. Still, a very popular phone, and many case protection options to choose from. A fond memory of 2013.

Greatly SIMPLIFIED Our Lives

 on May 11, 2016
By Ruth Black
I purchased this phone in a desperate effort to replace a hopelessly complicated TracFone that my mother had as part of the SmartLink service for senior citizens. SmartLink advised me that I could purchase any device on my own as a replacement … as long as it was a TracFone; and because of the price, I decided to start with this one. It is infinitely better, clearer … and most importantly, easier to use.

TracFone LG 306g

 on March 11, 2016
By Dave G.
I like the phone because it works for me and is easy to set up with safe link mobile. The phone I purchased was manufactured in 06/2014 which makes it about two years old, but still the phone works good for the price. Also, this phone is not an Android phone.

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