This age-old name in cell phone service ranked just below Net10 in overall satisfaction, according to J.D. Power, and actually outstripped both it and T-Mobile on customer service by taking home five out of five stars. Considering that it actually owns Net10, it may seem that child has outperformed parent, but TracFone offers a few good reasons to reconsider before going with Junior. Notably, a $25 “Double Minutes for Life” card quite literally doubles the amount of minutes you get from future purchases, meaning the $160 Super Saver card with 1,000 minutes (16 cents apiece) delivers 2,000 minutes (at 8 cents apiece). Not a bad deal – if you’re willing to settle down for a while.
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