Tracfone Carrier-Locked Alcatel MyFlip 4G Prepaid Flip Phone- Black - 4GB - Sim Card Included – CDMA (TFALA405DCP) - SoppiGO
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Tracfone Carrier-Locked Alcatel MyFlip 4G Prepaid Flip Phone- Black – 4GB – Sim Card Included – CDMA (TFALA405DCP)


  • camera description: 2.0
  • Operating system: Stand alone
  • included components: Wall charger


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Specification: Tracfone Carrier-Locked Alcatel MyFlip 4G Prepaid Flip Phone- Black – 4GB – Sim Card Included – CDMA (TFALA405DCP)

Product Dimensions 7.25 x 10 x 1.65 inches
Wireless communication technologies Cellular
Item model number TFALA405DCP
Batteries 1 AA batteries required. (included)
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Best Sellers Rank 1,437 in Cell Phones Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones Accessories) 11 in Carrier Cell Phones
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No
Item Weight 12.8 ounces
Display resolution 320 x 240 pixels
Connectivity technologies Wi-Fi Capable, Bluetooth 3. 0 wireless
Other display features Wireless
Device interface - primary Keypad
Other camera features 2
Form Factor Flip
Colour Black
Included Components User Manual, Wall Charger, Phone, SIM
Manufacturer Tracfone
Date First Available July 25, 2018

10 reviews for Tracfone Carrier-Locked Alcatel MyFlip 4G Prepaid Flip Phone- Black – 4GB – Sim Card Included – CDMA (TFALA405DCP)

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  1. barb g

    I bought this to replace an old Tracfone flip phone of my husband’s. After it did not activate by following instructions, I spent 1 hr 45 min with customer service–4 different reps. No one was able to get the phone to work. Perhaps it was defective? I don’t know–I ended up returning it and having the last rep reactive my husband’s ancient phone.

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  2. Ian Cartagena

    Este equipo es un excelente terminal principalmente para quienes buscan darle un teléfono a sus papás o cualquier adulto mayor que no quiere tener problemas o simplemente no quiere complicarse con la tecnología …

    Por desgracia ,este terminal está BLOQUEADO para solo funcionar con la compañía tracfone de los estados unidos , y no existe forma de liberarlo ya que las condiciones de liberación de esta empresa dice textualmente , que el equipo debe usarse por lo menos 12 meses ininterrumpidos para ser candidato a la liberación lo cual lo deja inservible para usarlo en México y otros países ….

    Es una lástima que Amazon no ENTIENDA que hacer esto solo hace perder tiempo a quienes compramos estos artículos y no ESPECIFIQUEN EN LA DESCRIPCION de el artículo que no sirve para otros PAÍSES.

    Saludos 😉

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  3. Min

    Being my husband’s previous phone was going to lose the service later on this year, we decided to get him another one via this flip phone, he tried it out, did not care for it BUT was forced to use it and only had it in use for 2 weeks IF that and the battery lost charge constantly, just not what he expected from a flip phone, he had one years ago and LOVED it but now has had to buy another one and are out of the money from this one.

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  4. Nayeli

    Bien super económico pero la compañía no tiene cobertura en México y no encontré forma de desbloquear para ponerle otra compañía.

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  5. James Loud

    This is the second time I’ve tried to activate a tracpone unsuccessfully. My wife sent hers back after hours of futile efforts to get the phone to work. I’d had one for several years that was also difficult to activate but worked fine otherwise, but I lost it. I ordered a new one and just spent over two hours with “technical assistance.” I removed and replaced my SIMS card two different times and repeated my serial number at least six times. Finally after being shifted over to yet another “helper” I was put on hold for nearly 15 minutes before someone came on speaking what I assume was Hindi and then after a couple of minutes the call was cut off. I give up! These phones may be cheap but they still aren’t worth iy.

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  6. Thelma

    My +1 does not need or want to be connected at all times. He had an older, inexpensive droid that he disliked from day one. It stopped working. This phone with the tracfone service suits him. It’s a bit of a pain to program since there is no “keyboard”, but I knew that going in. I got it set up, added favorites and he was good to go. Made a couple calls from it and the calls were clear no static or breaking up. Battery has had good life, though he has not used it for much talk time. It seems durable enough. Have not connected it to Blue Tooth as of yet. If you are into texting, this phone would likely not be a good choice, though you can send and received texts, no keyboard could be a deal breaker. If you just want a basic phone , this phone may work for you too. As of now most pleased with the purchase.

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  7. A Customer

    Finally, a basic phone with wifi. The KaiOS is also supposed to be a step up from all of the cheap phones out there, and a 1ghz processor sounds amazing.

    Unfortunately, the web browser is terrible and I’m not sure why it doesn’t work better.

    First off, even though it has a “search” shortcut when you open it, it just dumps you in the URL bar and still assumes you only want to type a URL. You can’t enter spaces or switch to predictive input mode, so either you enter a URL or you search for a single word. This really shouldn’t be a problem when you have 2 ways of getting at the URL bar. Selecting a button which says “search” out to dump you in a mode which expects you to enter search terms.

    Second, it’s slow as heck. When a page is loading (which is extremely slow), it is slow to respond to any commands. One thing you might want to do with a phone this limited is tell the browser to stop loading the page once the text and images are there and the bloated website is still chugging away, but the browser takes its time in opening the options menu and responding to the stop command. I don’t know what it does with this big processor and big load of memory, but it acts like any other cheap phone.

    Navigation is also weird. By default it has a cursor so you can click links. Cursor mode can make it scroll down the page, but it’s extremely slow. Switching to scrolling mode is faster, but I have to wonder why it doesn’t just scroll that speed in cursor mode so I don’t have to switch back and forth.

    There is no option to disable scripts or images, which was very useful in older phones.

    Wallpapers don’t work well. Your wallpaper shows in the external display, and the external text has no outline or shadows like the internal clock display, so you pretty much need a black wallpaper.

    It has its own app store, but currently it hardly has anything useful. This is exactly the sort of phone the original version of Opera Mini was made for, but this phone doesn’t work with J2ME apps and there is no version of Opera (or any other proxy browser) in the KaiOS app store. There is a Twitter listing in the app store, but it looks like it really just opens the mobile Twitter page in the browser. It’s not an actual app optimized for the device. I clicked on a video and the cursor vanish and didn’t come back even after I exited the app and opened it again. I had to open the account menu and close it and it finally came back. Scrolling through your Twitter feed is pure misery, as it’s always getting stuck and if it gets stuck when the cursor is over a user name it pops up their profile window which covers most of the screen and it’s misery to move back and hope it goes away.

    About that video… it actually did play in the browser, which raises the mystery of why a phone can stream and play videos, but has trouble opening its own browser menu and scrolling through a few lines of text.

    This thing is dirt cheap, and it does have wifi, so it’s still a good option for a basic phone. The keypad is large and easy to click, with the navigation pad being especially easy to click compared to the LG bar phone I had before this. But the browser is so slow and miserable that I wouldn’t want to use it for hardly anything except maybe a brief googling to find a phone number or confirm some other basic info, and at that level I wouldn’t really care about using a few kilobytes of “data” instead of free wifi.

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  8. Catherine B.

    This is the exact phone I was wanting. It is a great phone with lots of features. I am thrilled with it !

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  9. Kindle Customer70

    I can’t speak as to battery life or durability as I just got the phone on Wednesday but the sound quality is very good as is the reception in my area. I was able to activate it via with no problem. It was well protected as it went through the mail. First by the box in which it left the factory and then by the additional mailing box. It arrived in excellent condition. I’d recommend it to anyone who is looking to get a new phone.

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  10. LMP

    We are tech savvy and fully engaged in the online world with various computers. We ordered this phone believing it to be a basic cell phone as described for use as a phone only. However upon charging it up, the first screen that pops up is a lengthy user agreement that one must approve before the phone will be activated. This phone is a KaiOS, made in China and according to their Wikipedia page is fully connected to Google, Facebook and multiple other sites that have nothing to do with cell phone service. In addition, part of the user agreement requires approval for KaiOS and their partners to share your personal information and any data transmitted with unknown third parties. It’s a low cost device but if you buy it make sure you’re OK with losing any illusion of privacy once you activate it.

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    Tracfone Carrier-Locked Alcatel MyFlip 4G Prepaid Flip Phone- Black – 4GB – Sim Card Included – CDMA (TFALA405DCP)
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