The Top 3 CDMA Phones Offered by TracfoneCDMA cell phones from Tracfone use the CDMA networks of either Verizon or Sprint. While GSM phones are more widely used by Tracfone customers, using a CDMA phone may work better in your area.
Note: With the recent release of four Android powered smartphones available with Tracfone on CDMA networks, this post does not take them into account at this time. But we will update in the near future.
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We will cover the Top 3 Cell Phones from Tracfone that use the CDMA networks. If you don't know enough about CDMA and GSM, you should read our recent post covering the http://ikkemunandar.blogspot.com /2013/07/tracfone-gsm-vs-cdma-phones.html"> Difference between Tracfone CDMA and GSM phones and which is right for you before going much further.
CDMA phones, which end in a 'C', like LG 501C, are not as popular with Tracfone and there are not as many phones to choose from. There might be several reasons for this, but some suggest it is because using CDMA networks costs Tracfone more than GSM networks.
TracfoneReviewer has compiled this list of the top 3 CDMA cell phones from Tracfone for the express purpose of passing knowledge and information along to consumers. If you have questions or comments, leave them below in the comments section.
List of the Top 3 CDMA Tracfone Cell Phones
#3 - Samsung R455C
The Samsung R455C comes with a sliding QWERTY keyboard, Triple Minutes for Life and many other great features making it third in our list.
Typically retailing for around $60, it uses a CDMA network making it a good choice for areas where Verizon or Sprint have good cell service.
You can find the Samsung R455C in some stores, many online retailers, and of course at the Tracfone website.
#2 - Samsung S380C
The runner up in this list is the Samsung S380C. It has many similarities to the http://ikkemunandar.blogspot.com /2013/02/tracfone-review-samsung-s390g.html"> Samsung S390G, but of course uses the CDMA network.
This phone has a great full QWERTY keyboard that makes for fast and easy texting, along with Triple Minutes for Life and all the other basic features like mobile web, camera, and MP3 player. It brings a nice package for a prepaid cell phone.
The Samsung S380G can be found in stores, and also online for around $50. You may be able to find it for less on sites like eBay and Amazon.
#1 - LG 505C
The LG 505C has a number of great reviews from customers, who found it to be a good phone that is 'semi-smart' phone with superior battery life and a reasonable price tag.
The LG 505C is typically $60-80 in stores and most places online, but we found a great deal which helped boost this phone to our top pick spot:
The LG 505C is currently on sale at Amazon for under $25! You can follow the link to see the deal, but don't waste time because we don't know when it might evaporate.
For those interested in a touchscreen Tracfone, but prefer GSM phones, read our http://ikkemunandar.blogspot.com /2012/12/tracfone-review-lg-840g.html">Review of the LG 840G.
Some of these phones, like the LG 505C, are available from Amazon or other online retailers for a great price. If you can't find the phone, visit Tracfone.com and search for phones there. You can leave a comment below with your questions or thoughts.
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