Thursday, July 30, 2009

Verizon Cell Phone for Senior Citizens

Verizon Wireless offers a cell phone plan especially design for seniors and the influential carrier also features suitable cell phones for senior citizens in its cell phone lineup.

One would expect Verizon Wireless phones to be gadgets with fancy features like Wi-Fi or GPS. However, the carrier also offers simple devices that might be suitable for senior users. Some consumers needs are simple. They want to have a simple device that works well when making phone calls.

These handsets are also cheap and cost less than $50 on a contract. Seniors with no stable source of income should have no problem with getting these phones.

Let's look at some Verizon cell phone for senior citizens.

Samsung Knack SCH-U310: a simple flip phone sporting clear and vibrant display with customizable fonts. This Verizon cell phone for senior citizens comes with a dedicated "911" key that allows an elderly user in need to call for emergency with a single push of a button. This phone is available for $39.99 with a 2 year contract.

LG VW5500: This cell phone sports a stylish and sleek design but it's so easy to use that even seniors can learn to use it in no time. It's keypad is suitable for elderly users and offers "In Case of Emergency Contacts" for easy access to immediate help. This phone is being offered for $39.99 with a 2 year contract and discount.

Nokia 2605: This simple handset is available for free with a 2 year contract and discount. This Verizon phone for the elderly is hearing aid compatible and sports a wide keypad with large buttons.

Verizon Wireless CDM8950: This possible cellphone for senior is also offered for free with a 2 year contract and discount. It features a sleek and stylish design which is convenient and easy to use. It has a bright display, large buttons and hearing aid compatible.

Now, it's important to note that a carrier's line-up is dynamic. This means that a few cell phones for seniors might be taken down or new ones will be added. The price may also change. Remeber to visit the Verixon Wireless website to get more information on a Verizon cell phone for senior citizens before making a purchase.

That's it for this post on mobile phones for seniors from Verizon Wireless. Tune in to this blog to get more news and information on cell phones for seniors.

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7 Comments:

Blogger Megan said...

I think for senior citizens who rarely use their phones, the best plan would be a prepaid one with no contract like the one offers by TracFone. The phones are very cheap plus many already comes with free minutes. I think you can go as cheap as $9.99 for a phone and spend about $7 a month. Most seniors I know don't care about gadgets and things of that source so this is definitely the best bang for the bucks.

August 29, 2009 at 3:12 PM  
Blogger LAP said...

The Verizon plan costs $60 PER MONTH... and yes, it is expensive for some, but in some places, cell phone coverage is spotty, and pre-paid phone plans with zero custommer support is not a good options for seniors... this is the situation my father is in and I hate that all that money is being wasted, but where he lives, Verizon is the only reliable option...

January 11, 2010 at 8:43 AM  
Blogger LAP said...

BTW, that's $30/month for Verizon's individual plan (200 "anytime" minutes plus 500 "night/weekend" minutes) and $60/month for the Verizon's family plan of two or more phones (450 "anytime minutes)...
sorry for any mixup

January 11, 2010 at 9:12 AM  
Blogger Christa said...

I have both of my grandmothers on a family share plan with me so it is only $9.99 for each of them and they share my minutes, which they never use. Then they get the benefit of free mobile-to-mobile, etc.

June 15, 2010 at 7:03 PM  
Blogger Dave said...

Hey I got a tracfone not so long ago for my wife and myself, and whilst I'm very happy with the phone we got, the cost of the minutes, the fact that we don't get hit by a bill at the end of the month, and know exactly what we're spending. If the coverage isn't good for your father, then tracfone isn't an option. I suppose we're lucky to have the good reception we have, but half the reason we have it, is for emergencies.

September 21, 2010 at 2:14 AM  
Blogger ralfyb said...

Best plane 9.99 for phone with 300 min then 10 cents a min best plan from verizon 40bucks plus tax net 10 or tracfhone for seniors the best even if you use a lot of min one month it is still cheaper then any plan any one offers

July 25, 2011 at 12:23 PM  
Blogger me said...

I got a plan with consumer cellular that has a flexible plan. I can change it to a cheaper plan if I don't use many minutes, or bump it up to the next plan if I go a little over. The plans are as low as $10. They have different phones to choose from and you do have to pay an activation fee. I think my initial cost for the phone/activation was $90. But I like being able to save money with this company. Also, the coverage is great where we live.

October 27, 2011 at 10:02 AM  

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