Monday, June 20, 2011

The Affordable Tracfone LG 231c

Tracfone is a good carrier for seniors who want solid phones with affordable rates. We have featured a number of Tracfone including the SVC. Let's look at another phone from this carrier to give you more options.

Like most cell phones for seniors, the LG 231c is a simple device that performs very well for making and receiving calls. It also supports text messaging so it's also a solid device for sending messages to family and friends.

The simplicity and basic features of this mobile phone for seniors will not intimidate the elderly who are not used to advance technological gadgets. It has a short learning curve and seniors users will master how to use it in a matter of hours because it does not come with complicated and flashy features.

The LG 231c also offers a user-friendly physical design. It sports a color display with graphics and adjustable fonts. It also comes with a simple keypad and navigation simple. nothing special here but simplicity is the way to go for senior users.

This cell phone from LG 231c is also affordable. Users who want to try it will only pay $30. It's a good price for seniors who do not spend a lot of time on cell phones and who do not have a steady source of income.

Here are the rest of the useful features for this cell phone for senior citizens:
  • Alarm Clock
  • Bluetooth Capable
  • Call Waiting
  • Caller ID
  • Camera
  • Color Screen
  • Graphics Download
  • HAC Compatible
  • Handsfree Speaker
  • Phone Book with up to 1,000 Entries
  • Text MessagingText/Picture Messaging
  • Vibration Alert
  • Voice Command/Dialing
  • Voice Recorder
  • Voicemail
That's it for this look at another Tracfone cell phone. Stay tuned for more as we feature other cell phones for the elderly.

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2 Comments:

Blogger foggy2131 said...

This looks like a great phone for seniors. It is very similar to the Tracfone SVC, so I wonder what the difference is, if any. One thing is for sure, once you have the phone, Tracfone is by far the cheapest way to own a cellphone if you are not going to use it much.

June 26, 2011 at 8:01 AM  
Blogger redallover said...

There are actually a few differences. One uses a SIM card the other doesn't so work off of different networks. The SVC phone has a longer battery talk time and stand by time so less charging involved. But, for me, the biggest difference is the price. The SVC phone much less than the other. You get quality coverage either way, but, if you're trying to cut expenses there's no question.

July 22, 2011 at 4:22 AM  

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