Samsung Jitterbug SPH-A110 / A120
Anyone bought or using Jitterbug?
Beware this is a poorly run company.
I got this phone for my Dad who is going blind and living in an assisted living facility. Great Calls can not seem to understand that some might buy a phone like this for their parents.
The company has charge my credit card twice and is responding very ...
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Any idea on US release or carrier?
Looking for smartphone compatible with verizon.
Great Idea ALSO for the younger and disabled.
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Which network or cellular carrier do you use?
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Cost is Exorbitant!
That said, it's upsetting to see how the phone and rate plans are priced, so much so that they would probably price someone who is on a fixed income out of consideration. I know that my 80 year old uncle has been very happy with previous services, but has complained about the phones becuase of the difficulty of button pressing and complicated menus. one thing he never complains about, however, is the cost of the rate plan, usually no more than 20/every three months w/ Virgin Mo...
Um... so who is the carrier?
But it is CDMA... it's not like someone can just activate it on any carrier. Sprint will not allow foreign ESN's on the network. As a matter of fact, I believe Alltel and Verizon are starting to block foreign ESN's as well. The only carrier I know that activates anything are Cricket and Page Plus (MVNO).
I could sell so many of these.
The Jitterbug phone
No mention of the MOTORAZR V3xx or Max???
Motorola was not even mention other then using the Razr as a comparison.
I think the preview is faulted; in that they did not cover all the manufacturers and to leave out Motorola; the leader it pretty biase review in MHO.
The only one that caught my attention was the D900. Otherwise the rest is garbage. Even my beloved Sony Ericsson failed to grab my attention. Sad Where the hell was Nokia?
Other coming phones... Need info!
Also, any better pics of the ICY phones (hybrid cdma/iden phones) would be good too.
Lastly while searching for skus, I found these, listed as current models, wondering if they are anything:
Samsung N400i (both blue and silver)