Motorola W376g – Tracfone stylish phone with double minutes for life

8 Responses

  1. Jim says:

    This is a great phone for those who just want to make phone calls and an occasional text! I used this phone for 3 years! It will pick up a signal where other phones won’t. The voice quality is excellent. You can use blue tooth earphones. Texting can be a little slow. You have to punch number keys up to 4x to get the letter you’re wanting to input. With some practice, you get use to it.
    The camera isn’t too good, but I bought this to make phone calls, not take pictures.
    This phone usually comes with Double Minutes For Life, buy 200 minutes, receive 400 minutes. This save quite a lot of money.
    Summery: If you just want a good phone for calling and occasional text messages, get this phone!

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  3. Doug Macko says:

    I love my phone but I lost the back battery cover and can’t seem to find one to replace it I have thw motorola m376 if anyone on this planet has a new or even used one and would like to sell it to me ,please contact me at doogala@hotmail.com. Thanks Doug macko

  4. Starlia says:

    I am having the same problem as Doug Macko. Got a Motorola W376g with a missing back door. I still use it every day but can NOT find a new door. Not even through tracfone. Which is where I bought it. Any ideas… anyone?

  5. Wayne says:

    I need to transfer pictures from the phone to my computer.
    Any ideas how to do this?

  6. Joe Koesler says:

    Have used this phone for over four years with no problems. I work outdoors/construction, so it can take being jolted around and dropped – rough treatment. Looking to replace it since the years of abuse have finally taken their toll and the screen is going white and unreadable. I hope to replace it with the exact same model, I’m that happy with it.

  7. Joe Koesler says:

    You have to text them to your own email address. That’s the only way I’ve found to do it.

  1. December 9, 2011

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