Tracfone is a pay-and-talk service that works in the U.S. only. It’s illegal to try to make it work anywhere else. Continue reading
When I left this saga, Tracfone was mailing a SIM card to a hotel in the U.S. Traveling through the U.S. without a phone, and fortunately without need of one, I arrived at said hotel and found the SIM card waiting for me. Continue reading
Foreigners, from the U.S. point of view.
I was so impressed when someone’s U.S. Tracfone saved the day when I had a flat-tire. So I bought one of my own for future travels in the U.S. I thought, gee, how smart and organized of me. Continue reading
A little journey south of the border the other day introduced me to TracFone.
I had a flat-tire. I had just passed a road sign that told me I was halfway to my destination. So, I was in the middle of somewhere and heading off in either direction would have been the same except, apparently, I wasn’t going anywhere at all. Continue reading