Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Price Cut for Consumer Cellular Senior-Friendly Cell Phone

Here's a nice update for seniors who are looking for cheap mobile phones. Consumer Cellular has cut the price of one of its cell phones for seniors.

Consumer Cellular launched the Doro PhoneEasy 410 with the Doro PhoneEasy 335 on October of last year. At the time the PhoneEasy 410 was priced at $40. Well, the MNVO is now selling this simple mobile phone for the elderly for a more affordable price of $25.

John Marick, Consumer Cellular CEO comments on this price cut:
"Consumer Cellular prides itself on providing the most affordable, easy-to-use devices available in the wireless market.The Doro PhoneEasy 410 has been a great addition to our phone lineup. Due to the tremendous demand, we've been able to drive down the cost and make the Doro even more affordable for more people. We are proud to be able to offer it to our customers at a new price."

The Doro PhoneEasy 410 is a simple flip phone that caters to the need of senior citizens. Here's a review of its senior-friendly features:
  • Large, easy to read full-color screen
  • Big separated buttons
  • Two-way speakerphone
  • Bluetooth compatibility
  • SMS text messaging
  • Emergency SOS button
  • Option to hide unwanted functions
  • Lightweight handset, including batteries
Tha's it for this update. Tune in for more news, accessories, services and phones for the elderly.

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Blogger Christyflores said...

A great deal for cell phones for seniors is to get a pay as you go phone. I would recommend Net10. The minutes are 10 cents each. It's a good deal for people who don't talk too much. They could use it as an emergency phone. Lets say they use 100 minutes a month = $10 a month. And you don't have to worry about them going over their minutes or not using them when you spend an arm and a leg on minutes. They have a big selection of phones too.

September 1, 2010 at 1:16 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

A great cell phone for a great price is Tracfone. I got a Tracfone for about $10 and my service averages less than $7 a month when I buy a $20 airtime card, which provides 60 minutes of airtime and three months of service. Plus, Tracfone gives me the safety and security of a wireless phone without the problems of a contract and monthly fees.

November 14, 2010 at 9:31 AM  

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