This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of TracFone for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
During the summer when school is out, the kids like to take off on their own. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could stay in touch with them cheaper than the rates of a regular cell phone plan? Tracfone can help you stay in touch with your kids and Get into Everywhereness by checking in with them with a phone call.
Thank goodness Tracfone offers affordable plans so you can keep a hold of your bills and you kids! A low cost phone and plan from Tracfone will help you do both. Your struggles with finding an affordable plan at a reasonable price can end.
The Tracfone also has Senior Value which is great. I lose track of my great-grandma all the time. She never carries a cell phone and I really wish she would. Not only could she have it if an emergency arose, but she could have it so I could find her at the store. She always takes off looking for stuff while I am in the kids department and she hates it when I call her over the intercom. If she had a TracFone, I could just call!
With nationwide coverage, no contracts, no credit checks, no activation charges or cancelation fees, Tracfone seems like a viable alterative to contact phones.
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