Consumer Cellular Adds Data Plans for Seniors
Today Consumer Cellular announced that it is now offering basic data and messaging plans as part of its service. The Wireless Web feature will allow Consumer Cellular customers to send picture messages, check news, as well as download ringtones, wallpaper images, screen savers and games. Messages cost 10 cents to send or receive, though bundles are also available. Wireless Web will include up to 1MB for $5, 5MB for $10, and 10MB for $20. Overage charges for all three plans will cost 1 cent per kilobyte. Consumer Cellular markets its services to the senior population and does not require contracts.
Consumer Cellular Adds Alcatel Pop 3 and Others to Lineup
Consumer Cellular recently added four phones to its roster of inexpensive devices, including the Alcatel Pop 3. The Pop 3 (pictured) has a 5.5-inch 720p HD screen, 1.1 GHz quad-core processor with 8 GB of storage, 5-megapixel camera, and FM radio.
Consumer Cellular Adds Moto G4 and G4 Play to Its Device Roster
Consumer Cellular today added the Motorola Moto G4 and Moto G4 Play to its lineup of Android handsets. Consumer Cellular is selling the G4 for $150 and the G4 Play for $100.
Consumer Cellular Launches Doro 824 Smartphone
Consumer Cellular today announced the Doro 824 SmartEasy handset, an Android phone that features a user interface simplified for senior users. The 824 is based on Android 5.1, but trades in the typical home screen experience for an action-based menu for sending messages, making calls, browsing the web, and so on.
Consumer Cellular Selling Moto G for $150
Consumer Cellular today announced the availability of the Moto G. The G has a 5-inch 720p HD screen, 8-megapixel camera, and quad-core processor.
NO! None seniors have ever even heard, found or learned how to operate phone scoop.
I'm sorry phone scoop, this article has fallen on deaf ears (or maybe just hearing impaired).
And people say Verizon is expensive...
$1.99 < $5
$9.95 < $10
$19.90 < $20
$15 < $20 and has unlimited data >>>>
1024kb @ .01 per
ATT GoPhone is cheaper
isn't it better?
LOL, Senior?? for What??
Plus, why aren't they doing contracts? If I was 80 years old and needed a cell phone, I would totally get it under a contract. The longer, the better...cuz hell, I'm pro...
And kilobit or kilobyte?
a penny per kiloBYTE isnt too bad. but a penny per kiloBIT....OMG
i really hope thats a typo