Monday, March 29, 2010

Just5 Cell Phone for Seniors at CTIA 2010

Here's another cell phone for senior citizens that was displayed at the recently concluded CTIA Wireless show in Las Vegas Nevada.

The Just5 booth showcased a solid mobile phone for seniors to CTIA Wireless 2010 attendees. This European company specializes in selling senior-friendly phones. In this manner, the company is similar to Doro and Jitterbug.

Just5 showcased only ne handset at the event. The Just5 09 model is the company's sole handset for the US market. Consumers can purchase this cell phone for seniors in black, red, gray, orange, and white. The cost? This phone sells for around $120 dollars but it's unlocked so you can use them with any GSM carrier.

The Just5 09 features a small and compact design. It's very similar to the ZTE S302, iNO CP09 and the ez One. Here's a list of the senior-friendly features of this handset:
  • huge buttons for those with bad eyesight
  • an SOS button that can be programmed with an emergency number
  • really loud volume
  • simple and easy-to-use menu
  • make and receive calls and text messages
  • Bluetooth
  • FM radio
  • long-lasting battery with around 100 minutes of talk time

That's it for this new mobile phone for the elderly. Visit this blog regularly to get the latest news and more mobile phones for seniors.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Some Poker Player said...

Hello,

I just stumbled across your blog and wanted to leave a note to thank you for what you are doing. I run a similarly themed blog titleed The Damn Remote (http://www.thedamnremote.com) focusing on technology and gadgets for seniors. I think you have a valuable resource here, and I placed a link from my blog to yours.

Thanks again for all the hard work,
Phil

March 29, 2010 at 6:57 PM  
Blogger Ruth said...

This phone looks fantastic! I’m surprised by its very affordable price despite of its great features. I find this perfect for my grandfather. And hey! I checked out your offered prepaid plans and they are very practical, particularly the minutes that expire in 90 days. This provider is helping people to make the most of their minutes and money with their offers. All the best to this Just5!

January 31, 2011 at 11:48 PM  

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