Senior Citizen Cell Phone Features Big Numbers and SOS Panic Button



SeniorPhone1 300x218 Senior Citizen Cell Phone Features Big Numbers and SOS Panic Button



No this isn’t a huge ugly remote, it’s actually a cellphone meant for Senior Citizens. It has big numbered buttons to dial for those who have a hard time seeing.  A torch light if they get lost in the night, FM radio, and a SOS button which can be programmed to dial four emergency numbers and send text messages to those numbers programmed into the cellphone. All they need to do is press the SOS button and in ab Emergency situation, the phone will issue a loud warning sound and automatically send broadcast messages to the default phone numbers programmed in. There may be no touchscreen or color display but the big keys alone would probably be a big hit. The Blind Embossed Big Keypad Cell Phone For Elderly People with SOS retails for $70.

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  • Will Powter

    It’s not bad but even better is Tracfone, a prepaid company, who has a Senior phone here:

    Bi numbers, large displayhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=klPBNOpfQqY&NR=1

    It’s very inexpensive to use and if your on a fixxed income, it works!

  • Will Powter

    It’s not bad but even better is Tracfone, a prepaid company, who has a Senior phone here:

    Bi numbers, large displayhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=klPBNOpfQqY&NR=1

    It’s very inexpensive to use and if your on a fixxed income, it works!

  • Will Powter

    It’s not bad but even better is Tracfone, a prepaid company, who has a Senior phone here:

    Bi numbers, large displayhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=klPBNOpfQqY&NR=1

    It’s very inexpensive to use and if your on a fixxed income, it works!

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  • http://www.snapfon.com Senior Phone

    Many people struggle with aging parents and staying in touch. Seniors have a hard time using a cell phone made for the masses. Snapfon offers a cell phone for seniors that is easy to use. It’s a big button cell phone with an emergency button, amplified sound and large easy to see text. I hope this senior phone makes caring for your elderly parents easier.

  • Barbara Ganouche

    I agree. Te SVC is a wonderful deal and having no contract is a great thing too. Thanks.

  • Blue

    The Just5 Easyphone is actually a smarter choice than Snapfon. My grandparents have also considered getting this phone for themselves but they opted to get the Just5 Easyphone after comparing these two. It’s because they find Just5 to offer higher quality and more attractive rates. They can only spend as low as $3.33 a month with this provider to be specific and pay $40 only for the unlimited service for 30 days.

  • Wilsut

     It looks very simple to use and is not for everyone. I prefer an iPhone but for others this seems to be a good solution.

  • Marc Whist

    I agree with those who mention Tracfone. At the store, it was the cheapest and simplest phone I saw, and perfect for old people. Their SVC ohone that others mention here is a good idea and if it =gets Mom or Pop to use a cell phone, it has to be a good thing, right?

  • Merrill Rawder

    I wouldn’t recommend this for everyone. My mother, for one, would be insulted. But my aunt would think this is ideal; very simple and inexpensive. I think it’s simple enough for most everyone, really, but my mom would think it’s too “dumbed down” for her…. though she’d like the price. LOL!

  • Marty Colon

    This is a very good value! Why spend big bucks just to use a fancy phone when no one will ever know the difference.