Monday, July 11, 2011

The Cheap Samsung SGH-a107 from AT&T

I was surfing the AT&T website in the hopes of spotting a new phone for senior citizens. I spotted the Samsung SGH-a107 and quickly realized that it has the potential to be a good phone for elderly consumers. it combines a simple design with an affordable price.

Let's take a closer look at the Samsung SGH-a107 and the qualities that make it a good cell phone for seniors.

The cheap price of this handset lead me to take a closer look to see if this handset can serve the needs of seniors. At the time this article was published, the AT&T GoPhone website is offering it for $9.99.

The design of this handset is also advantageous for the requirements of elderly users. The senior-friendly design include a compact and lightweight body. The basic design does not include an external display and a volume rocker. This handset is clearly one of the most basic handset is the market today. Well, that quality makes it ideal for seniors who do not demand a lot from their cell phones.

The Samsung SGH-a107 offers a 1.43-inch 65,000-color display. This screen is smaller than the average cell phone. A larger screen would have made it easier for seniors to view the information on the display. Fortunately, this mobile phone for the elderly makes up for its lack of display size with its user-friendly keypad and navigation buttons. The phone's navigation array feels roomy, and keypad buttons are separated from each other with a defined grid. Senior user will find it easy to text and dial with speed.

Since the SGH-a107 is a basic phone with a low price, the features one will find is pretty basic. This mobile for seniors provide text and multimedia messaging, a vibrate mode, a speakerphone, instant messaging, a mobile MediaNet Web browser, an alarm clock, a calendar, a calculator, a tip calculator, and more.

That's it for this AT&T prepaid cell phone. Stay close as we feature other cell phone that can fit the needs of senior consumers.

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