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Straight Talk LG Access Android Prepaid Smartphone

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<div style="background: #f2f8fd; padding: 5px;"> The Straight Talk LG Access Android Prepaid Smartphone is a cell phone using minutes and data that are paid for in advance. Prepaid phones allow you to pay up front rather than receiving a bill at the end of the month. With prepaid mobile phones, there are no commitments, no overage fees, no activation fees, no cancellation fees, and no contracts! <br /> <br /> <b>What you need to get started: </b> <br /> 1. Straight Talk prepaid phone <br />2. Straight Talk service plan ( <a href="http://www.walmart.com/browse/no-contract-phones-plans/instant-prepaid-minutes-data/straight-talk/1105910_1072335_1081104/YnJhbmQ6U3RyYWlnaHQgVGFsawieie?browsein=true&amp;_refineresult=true&amp;browsein=true" target="_blank">shop here</a>) <br />3. Activate your phone by following the instructions included in the box or by calling 1.877.430.2355 </div>
  • Cell Phone Service Provider
    Straight Talk
  • Cell Phone Type
    Prepaid Phones
  • Mobile Operating System
    KitKat
  • Hard Drive Capacity
    32 GB
  • Screen Size
    4.5"
  • Wireless Technology
    4G

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The Straight Talk LG Access Android Prepaid Smartphone is a cell phone using minutes and data that are paid for in advance. Prepaid phones allow you to pay up front rather than receiving a bill at the end of the month. With prepaid mobile phones, there are no commitments, no overage fees, no activation fees, no cancellation fees, and no contracts!

What you need to get started:
1. Straight Talk prepaid phone
2. Straight Talk service plan ( shop here)
3. Activate your phone by following the instructions included in the box or by calling 1.877.430.2355
Stay connected with Straight Talk LG Access L31L 4G LTE Android Prepaid Smartphone. Equipped with a 4.5" Corning Gorilla Glass touchscreen, front- and back-facing camera, Bluetooth technology and more, this Straight Talk cellphone has all of the features that mobile phone users have come to expect. You will enjoy the processing power of the Android 4.4 (KitKat) operating system coupled with a 1.2 GHz quad-core processor and 4G LTE connectivity. The phone is easy to navigate and makes an excellent choice even for those new to the smartphone world. With this touchscreen smartphone, everything is at your fingertip, from GPS technology to Wi-Fi and a standard 12-hour talk time.

Straight Talk LG Access L31L 4G LTE Android Prepaid Smartphone:
  • 4G LTE
  • 4.5" Corning Gorilla Glass touchscreen
  • Android 4.4 (KitKat) operating system
  • 1.2GHz quad-core processor
  • 5MP camera
  • 1MP front-facing camera
  • Video recorder
  • Wi-Fi capable
  • Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology
  • Access to over 1,000,000 apps and more on Google Play
  • Supports microSD memory card up to 32GB (not included)
  • MP3 player
  • GPS capabilities
  • Talk time: up to 12 hours
  • Standby time: up to 312 hours
  • Incudes activating guide, services guide, battery, charger and quick user guide

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Average Rating:(4.2)out of 5 stars
83%Recommended(162 of 194)
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282 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
YES! STRAIGHT TALK GOES MAINSTREAM
There's not much to add from the other review - total agreement. Fast, wonderful memory management with Android KitKat, not overly filled with bloatware so there's room to grow, a screen protected by gorilla glass, and it's a nice screen too. 4G is amazing after living with 3G for so long and there's very little lag on the phone for running any of the apps. Connection is through AT&T so there's no problem with signal like the CDMA carrier has so much of. "Can you hear me now?" It's still new so accessories are hard to find, but that always happens on a brand new model. It's an LG phone so it won't be long before they're available by the thousands. Right now, the same phone shows on the Straight talk web site as the LG Access for $50 more than Walmart - no idea why. This is a mainstream modern phone at a budget price, people. Jump on it!
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14 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars
Bad Experience Overall
3-4 yrs ago I purchased a Straight Talk ZTE Merit w a sim card, and it was a great simple phone, worked everywhere no issues. Last year I upgraded a little to a LG L41C which was really great with a bigger screen and nicer camera. At about a year it was freezing up alot, so I was going to upgrade to a Samsung that I kept seeing at Walmart on sale. After reading the reviews I saw there were quite a few really negative responses, so I didn't think it was worth taking the chance and spending more money and getting a complete dud. The LG Access had the highest reviews of all the phones with hardly any that were catastrophic, and it was practically the same phone as the L41C. It is nothing like the L41C, just a complete waste of $$ and time for me. Same few apps as I had on my prior phone, and I am constantly getting no network msgs. The 4G/LTE light is constantly changing back and forth, no bars on the signal meter. My travel and use habits have not changed in a year, I use this phone in the exact same places as my prior phone, and its just awful. I don't know if it is a phone issue, the network or software, but as a consumer it is not my job to figure that out, I should have a properly functioning product.
Most helpful positive review
282 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
YES! STRAIGHT TALK GOES MAINSTREAM
There's not much to add from the other review - total agreement. Fast, wonderful memory management with Android KitKat, not overly filled with bloatware so there's room to grow, a screen protected by gorilla glass, and it's a nice screen too. 4G is amazing after living with 3G for so long and there's very little lag on the phone for running any of the apps. Connection is through AT&T so there's no problem with signal like the CDMA carrier has so much of. "Can you hear me now?" It's still new so accessories are hard to find, but that always happens on a brand new model. It's an LG phone so it won't be long before they're available by the thousands. Right now, the same phone shows on the Straight talk web site as the LG Access for $50 more than Walmart - no idea why. This is a mainstream modern phone at a budget price, people. Jump on it!
Most helpful negative review
14 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars
Bad Experience Overall
3-4 yrs ago I purchased a Straight Talk ZTE Merit w a sim card, and it was a great simple phone, worked everywhere no issues. Last year I upgraded a little to a LG L41C which was really great with a bigger screen and nicer camera. At about a year it was freezing up alot, so I was going to upgrade to a Samsung that I kept seeing at Walmart on sale. After reading the reviews I saw there were quite a few really negative responses, so I didn't think it was worth taking the chance and spending more money and getting a complete dud. The LG Access had the highest reviews of all the phones with hardly any that were catastrophic, and it was practically the same phone as the L41C. It is nothing like the L41C, just a complete waste of $$ and time for me. Same few apps as I had on my prior phone, and I am constantly getting no network msgs. The 4G/LTE light is constantly changing back and forth, no bars on the signal meter. My travel and use habits have not changed in a year, I use this phone in the exact same places as my prior phone, and its just awful. I don't know if it is a phone issue, the network or software, but as a consumer it is not my job to figure that out, I should have a properly functioning product.
There's not much to add from the other review - total agreement. Fast, wonderful memory management with Android KitKat, not overly filled with bloatware so there's room to grow, a screen protected by gorilla glass, and it's a nice screen too. 4G is amazing after living with 3G for so long and there's very little lag on the phone for running any of the apps. Connection is through AT&T so there's no problem with signal like the CDMA carrier has so much of. "Can you hear me now?" It's still new so accessories are hard to find, but that always happens on a brand new model. It's an LG phone so it won't be long before they're available by the thousands. Right now, the same phone shows on the Straight talk web site as the LG Access for $50 more than Walmart - no idea why. This is a mainstream modern phone at a budget price, people. Jump on it!
3-4 yrs ago I purchased a Straight Talk ZTE Merit w a sim card, and it was a great simple phone, worked everywhere no issues. Last year I upgraded a little to a LG L41C which was really great with a bigger screen and nicer camera. At about a year it was freezing up alot, so I was going to upgrade to a Samsung that I kept seeing at Walmart on sale. After reading the reviews I saw there were quite a few really negative responses, so I didn't think it was worth taking the chance and spending more money and getting a complete dud. The LG Access had the highest reviews of all the phones with hardly any that were catastrophic, and it was practically the same phone as the L41C. It is nothing like the L41C, just a complete waste of $$ and time for me. Same few apps as I had on my prior phone, and I am constantly getting no network msgs. The 4G/LTE light is constantly changing back and forth, no bars on the signal meter. My travel and use habits have not changed in a year, I use this phone in the exact same places as my prior phone, and its just awful. I don't know if it is a phone issue, the network or software, but as a consumer it is not my job to figure that out, I should have a properly functioning product.

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1-5 of 195 reviews
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

YES! STRAIGHT TALK GOES MAINSTREAM

There's not much to add from the other review - total agreement. Fast, wonderful memory management with Android KitKat, not overly filled with bloatware so there's room to grow, a screen protected by gorilla glass, and it's a nice screen too. 4G is amazing after living with 3G for so long and there's very little lag on the phone for running any of the apps. Connection is through AT&T so there's no problem with signal like the CDMA carrier has so much of. "Can you hear me now?" It's still new so accessories are hard to find, but that always happens on a brand new model. It's an LG phone so it won't be long before they're available by the thousands. Right now, the same phone shows on the Straight talk web site as the LG Access for $50 more than Walmart - no idea why. This is a mainstream modern phone at a budget price, people. Jump on it!

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Awesome Phone !!!

Verified purchase

I bought this phone for my wife as an upgrade . It is her first smartphone and she really loves it . She has a problem with a lot of touch phones being too sensitive because she has had some damage to her hands and shakes a lot . This phone works for her perfectly . She really likes the word suggestion when texting which really makes it a lot easier for her . She also likes the camera a lot . It may not be the best camera out there but considering that we both just finally bit the bullet and gave up our old antique bar phones and stepped up a notch in the world of technology it is a huge upgrade. Would definitely recommend this phone .

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Good

Verified purchase

This is a decent phone for the price. In our area cell service is spotty even with a more expensive phone.

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Much faster and more responsive than expected

It works great and is incredibly fast (or I'm just used to using slow phones). But either way its well worth the price. I can't justify spending money an an expensive apple or galaxy phone when this one works as well as it does.

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Average Rating:(4.0)out of 5 stars

Great phone

Verified purchase

I love this phone, but there is a couple issues to address. I've had it for a couple of weeks now and it started doing something weird, when I am online I press a text box to write something and the keyboard doesn't come up. I press the box several times and finally the keyboard comes up. It is very frustrating. The next issue I have is that the internet browser randomly kicks me off the internet back to my home screen. I can be on the internet for only a couple of seconds and it kicks me off. I restart my phone and the problem goes away for awhile but it comes back as well. Other than those two issues it's great. A lot of storage and the phone is fast

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by GlissenzOctober 22, 2014


1. Directly on the Straight Talk web site, it's also called the LG Access. I haven't found a case yet either but other necessities like a spare battery are LG common parts on Ebay and many other sources. This phone just hit the market but it's a very desirable model so I doubt it'll be too long before cases will be available.
by rebel260
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2. Already starting to see the first cases available for sale on Ebay and elsewhere. If it goes like the ZTE Merit originally did (another Straight Talk phone sold here) we'll be knee deep in choices in a month or so. That's about how long it takes to get them to market after shipping.
by rebel260
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3. This phone is also called the LG Ultimate 2. Try searching for that, perhaps.
by Anniexo
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4. I found a case on Amazon for the European version of this phone...the LG F70.
by An anonymous customer
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5. YOU CAN BUY A CASE AT www.amazon.com
by mountaingirl22
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6. First of all, make sure you do have an LG L31L phone. You can do this by clicking on the settings button in your phone and scroll down to the end and choose, &quot;about phone&quot;. I purchased a great Hybrid Case Phone Cover, with a &quot;T&quot; stand so I can watch movies or videos. I bought this on Ebay back in December 2014, for under $6 and free shipping! This is a rubber and plastic case, so it is two parts, and it is a bit difficult to get on, but once its on it stays put until you remove it. I&#39;ve had it for 9 months and no problems whatsoever, and I drop my phone all the time. Go to Ebays website and type this into their search: hybrid case for LG L31L.
by 0neShopaholic2
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Last answer: October 30, 2014

by ScottNovember 13, 2014


1. Straight talk uses the other towers, primarily used by T Mobile.
by CommunityAnswer
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2. Scott, the phone featured on this page, the LG 31G LTE (aka, the LG Access LTE) will use the AT&T network. I understand that Straight Talk will also offer a CDMA version using Verizon. I do not yet see that variant offered on the Walmart website.
by richardarr
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3. Definitely AT&T. I talked with Straighttalk. Also, after much searching for information, the info is located on the LG website: http://www.mylgphones.com/device-center-lg-access-lte There is a customer who answered wrongly that it was T-Mobile. That was clearly a shot in the dark. I think the customer is thinking of the Walmart Family Plan, which does use T-Mobile. So Straighttalk, although sold by Walmart is a different animal. It uses Verizon, ATT, and others. Anyway, this particular phone uses AT&T towers. Thank you.
by ReviewsWithAnEdge
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4. AT&T
by mountaingirl22
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5. The LG Access LTE box shows a Blue US Map and has A-LTE printed in the bottom left corner : So this smartphone uses AT&amp;T Towers (GSM Technology -aka- 4G-LTE) -note- T-Moble also provides 4G-LTE (GSM) so this phone will also work on T-Moble Towers; but not Verizon (CDMA) Towers. ~ RHF
by AndNowYouKnow
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6. As for MY Straight Talk Phone, in the about phone portion of my phone it specifically says that it uses CDMA, Verizon, towers. Maybe it&#39;s just my location I don&#39;t know but MY Straight Talk Phone is CDMA.
by kiteman69
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Last answer: November 14, 2014

by GrammaFebruary 12, 2015


1. 8 GB (a bit less in its formatted capacity).
by richardarr
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2. Internal storage is 4GB.
by CommunityAnswer
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3. I&#39;ve done a lot of research on this phone but I don&#39;t own one. The only answer I&#39;ve found on the web - and it&#39;s hard to find anything about it -- is 4GB. I have what seems to be a predecessor to this phone and it has 4GB also. But, it doesn&#39;t allow one to store apps on the sd card. 4GB of storage is not enough to run enough apps unless you just don&#39;t have any interest in apps. That&#39;s why I am interested in this phone. If this phone will allow one to store apps on the SD card I will buy it because the phone I have now is a great phone. But, for me, if you can&#39;t store apps on the SD card I don&#39;t want it because it wouldn&#39;t be an upgrade from what i have now.
by Burp
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4. I have read old that the older 1st versions of the LG Access LTE [LG31G] with the 0.3 MP Front Facing Camera had ~4/5 GB of internal storage; then the newer 2nd versions with the 1.0/1.3 MP Front Facing Camera had ~5/8 GB of internal storage. ?now is that true? FYI : The external storage using a micro SD Card is limited to 32 GB. Tip : To see your Internal Storage -goto- Settings -then- Storage -result- Total Space and Available (Usage) Space. ~ RHF
by AndNowYouKnow
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5. As far as I&#39;ve researched this phone, (I&#39;m in the market for a newer LG for my wife), it has 8g for internal memory. But preloaded apps do take up around 4 on this phone. I&#39;m buying one for myself too as I tend to be an app download enthusiast and my LG ls660 has only 4g&#39;s leaving me with a mere 1.something for internal memory after the preloaded apps. Frustrating because I tend to download many apps at once to try. Nearly impossible with 1.something g&#39;s. Also, plenty of apps cannot be downloaded to an SD card. Many newer phones have shared memory, meaning even if you have a 8,16 or 32g micro sd card inserted, if the phone&#39;s internal memory is used, it&#39;s not always able to put those apps you download on the sd card depending on the app. Fyi, many apps preloaded on a phone cannot be moved to the sd card. They can be squelched by deleting the app data, but not even thrown totally away. I&#39;m looking forward to my purchase&#39;s . I&#39;m not sure where burp is getting his/her information, but as far as I can tell, it&#39;s totally wrong.
by Scootalee
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6. 8 GB from the LG website http://www.lg.com/us/cell-phones/lg-L31L-access-lte
by Purpledemon
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Last answer: February 13, 2015

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