How to Get the TracFone Alexa Skill on Amazon Echo

Make the most of your TracFone smartphone with Alexa.

If you have an Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, or any other Alexa-enabled device, you probably already know how these smart speakers can make ordinary tasks effortless. Now, you can ask Alexa to add airtime to your TracFone plan, check data usage, and perform other tasks without even lifting a finger.

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Enable the skill

In order to use the TracFone Alexa skill, you first need to enable it. Just search “TracFone” in the Alexa app or from the Alexa Skills store on Amazon.com. You can also say, “Enable TracFone skill.” After enabling the skill, all that’s left for you to do is enter your TracFone phone number. It’s that easy.

Invoke the skill

Always know how much data you’ve used with the TracFone Alexa skill.

Never miss a cycle date again, always know how much data you’ve used, and more with the TracFone Alexa skill. Here are a few questions to ask Alexa:

  • “Alexa, ask TracFone to add airtime.”
  • “Alexa, ask TracFone what is my refill date?”
  • “Alexa, ask TracFone to check data usage.”
  • “Alexa, ask TracFone to update my APN settings.”

Pair your smartphone

Beyond the TracFone Alexa skill, you can also pair your smartphone to your Amazon Echo, or use it as a Bluetooth speaker.

Start by setting your mobile device to Bluetooth pairing mode, and ensure that it’s within range of your Echo. Say, “Pair.” Next, go into the Bluetooth settings on your smartphone, and select your Echo. Alexa will tell you whether or not the connection was successful. Now, you’re ready to stream audio from streaming services, podcasts, videos, and other sources to Echo.

For other Alexa-enabled devices, refer to the manual to see how to pair your smartphone.

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