Three easy to use phones

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Doro phoneeasy 410
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Doro phoneeasy 410

The number one easy to use phone is the Doro phoneeasy 410GSM which cost’s about 120$. This phone was designed for people that aren’t very tech savvy or people that have a hard time seeing small things as the buttons are very big. It is is a great phone for the price if you want an easy phone. The con, is it isn’t very sturdy although it might look like it is.

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Sonim xp series phones

The number two easy to use phone goes to the sonim xp3, it was originally designed to survive a ten story drop on concrete. But since it uses a very simple interface it is also good as an easy to use mobile phone. But is by no means a bad cellphone as the Doro phone is, oh no. This phone has gps, a built in flashlight and also an emergency button that sends your position to a designated contact. Very good for elderly people who might get lost. Also it uses it’s gps features for tracking ex a jogging pass. The price varies a lot but with most carriers it’s around 400$ Find out more here

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iphone with rugged case

The number three one might come as a surprise to everyone, but it is as a matter of fact the iphone. Yes this is a smartpone, so what is it doing on a list of easy to use phones? Well it is in fact the simplest to operate smart-phone that i have ever put my hands on. And although it has over ten million features, you are the one that has to activate them, meaning it is pretty standard out of the box. Extremely good for people that ex need to check their mail or browse the web on the go, but at the same time aren’t very good with technology. Apple designed their iphone to fit the logic thinking of humans, so it shouldn’t take long to learn. The cheapest 16gb iphone 4 goes for around 400$. Oh and if you are looking for a rugged as well phone allow me to direct you to THIS post.


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