This is a review for the Tracfone ZTE Valet Android Prepaid cellphone. At the time the phone was first released there wasn’t much information about it, so I will try my best to answer all the questions I found online using my personal experience I had with the phone.
The MSRP price for the ZTE Valet is around $80 USD, but I bought my ZTE Valet on sale from Amazon for about $60 USD. You should be able to find this phone at most retailers.
The ZTE Valet was very easy to setup and port my number over to, I did it all in about 10 minutes using their online system. I ported from Net10 to Tracfone (both owned by the same company) so it was VERY easy because they displayed all of my information in my account so that I could just copy and paste everything over to activate my new phone. I started the porting process that Friday night, forgot to check on it Saturday, and by Sunday morning I finished the final steps and my new phone was set up with my original number and ready to go.
Important note: I should mention though that the Android Tracfones do not come with Minute cards, not even the basic $10 starter minutes, so you will need to buy a basic minute card to activate your phone. Also, all of the Androids for Tracfone come with Triple minutes for life, so a 200 minute card turns into Triple minutes, text, and data, giving you a total of 600 minutes, 600 texts, and 600 data in three separate pools.
I’ll get more into that in a little bit.
UPDATE: Please read the full article for the Tracfone ZTE Valet at my brand new website Anukindofview.com.