The latest prepaid Android phones

New this month: We’ve added three impressive Android phones to our lineup of prepaid cell phones. Take a peek at our latest smartphones:

ZTE ForcePrepaid Phone:  ZTE Force 4G, $199.99 SRP (price varies during promo weeks)
Carrier: Boost Mobile
Plan: Android plan starts at $55 per month for unlimited data, talk time, and texts per month.  Plus with Shrinkage from Boost Mobile, the longer you pay your monthly plan, the lower your monthly bill is, down to $40/month.
The Phone: If you’re looking for a prepaid cell phone that offers LTE speeds, then then ZTE Force from Boost Mobile is definitely a force to reckon with. On 4G LTE networks, you can load apps, watch movies and surf the web at blazing speeds. A superb 1.5 GHZ dual-core processor boosts the phone’s power and performance.  A 5MP camera in the back and a 1MP camera in the front let you snap and share versatile photos. Running the Ice Cream Sandwich OS, the ZTE Force is a robust smartphone, which offers the full Android experience at an affordable price.

Samsung Galaxy VictoryPrepaid Phone:  Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G, $249.99 SRP (price varies during promo weeks)
Carrier: Virgin Mobile
Plan: Starts at $35 per month for 300 minutes + unlimited text and data.
The Phone:  Virgin Mobile’s first prepaid cell phone with LTE capability zips through apps, movies and music and gives you an ultra-fast web experience on Sprint’s 4G LTE network. Running the Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) OS and powered by a 1.2 GHz dual core processor, the Samsung Galaxy Victory is a feature-packed smartphone at a great price. You’ll love the vivid and crisp 4-inch touch screen, the fantastic battery life, 720p HD camcorder, and the front and back cameras (5 MP and 1.3MP respectively). The Android phone also supports Google Wallet and NFC technology, letting you use your phone for purchases at select retailers.

LG Optimus ExtremePrepaid Phone:  LG Optimus Extreme, $149.99 SRP (price varies during promo weeks)
Carrier: NET10
Plan: Starts at $50 per month for unlimited talk, text, and data.
The Phone:  If you’re looking for a beginner smartphone, the LG Optimus Extreme is a good pick at an affordable price. Take full advantage of the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system and 3G data speeds. A large 4-inch touch screen and a 5 MP digital camera set it apart from other entry-level Android phones.


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  1. Please, help me find a (CDMA) with at least a 3MP camera to replace my lost LG Lucid, and be eligible for continuing on my data usage plan with Verizon, for under $175.00.

  2. The best thing to do is check craigslist you will find better phones at a cheaper price…