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Samsung Jitterbug SPH-A110 / A120


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Nov 9, 2006, 4:07 PM

grandma's CDMA

This is so awesome, everday I get customers who just need an easier phone, whether it be age, or vision. Why couldn't this phone be put on the alltel, or verizon networks? any one know why it couldn't be?
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Brown Norway

Dec 11, 2006, 3:01 PM

Anyone bought or using Jitterbug?

I am thinking about getting this for my 77 year old mom. Any feed back from someone who made the plunge. How is is working?
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Nov 19, 2006, 5:05 PM

omg looks like a toilet!!!

haha this thng looks like a toilet!!!!
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Nov 9, 2006, 2:35 AM

About time

This phone is DEFINITELY not for me. But I know several people (at least Cool that would prefer a more simplistic phone. This would be great for those users. I'm just wondering who will carry it? It won't be a huge revenue maker as far as extra services, but that will be more than made up in quantity of users that have been hesitant or are intimidated by technology
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Jan 10, 2007, 3:35 PM

Any idea on US release or carrier?

Although I would never use this phone because it looks like a toilet, I am interested in knowing if it will be sold by any US carrier, and if so, when? Looking at the photos it shows this phone with three large buttons on the keypad rather than a number keypad. My eyesight is not so good, so I can not see what they say, but seeing as this phone is CDMA and it has a three button keypad, it seems like a prime candidate for Verizon Wireless's Chaperone service. If anyone has any information about this phone, please let me know.
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Nov 9, 2006, 4:50 AM

I could sell so many of these.

I wish Verizon (or Sprint) would grab this. I doubt they will because it will sell none of their, all mighty DATA services. There is a considerable market for a phone like this though.
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