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Samsung Jitterbug SPH-A110 / A120


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grandma's CDMA


Nov 9, 2006, 4:07 PM
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?

Nov 9, 2006, 5:50 PM
i dunno, but if i had this kinda phone with my company...it'd be awesome, we'd make a killing...

stupid "Power up" network...

Nov 13, 2006, 5:50 PM
as on "older user" (all right, i admit i'm over 55 :lol🙂 the one thing i like about this phone is the padded ear piece; i think that's a great idea. it's not always easy for anyone to hear their phone in noisy places.

Nov 21, 2006, 11:23 AM
i'm not sure why provider doesn't offer this phone, not everyone is a high tech junkie like us. especially for the OLDER generation.

i'm sure they will make a market out of it.

don't i wish i was a 3rd party seller. i would make a killing

Feb 5, 2010, 6:03 PM
Now there is a better alternative on the market called the Just 5. It’s got the big buttons for easy dialing and the selling point for me was the SOS button feature. The phone allows you to program up to 4 numbers which are connected to the SOS button on the back of the phone. In the event of an emergency you can press the SOS button and the phone will automatically begin dialing the 4 numbers you have preset (like 911 or your doctor, etc..)until someone answers. When they do answer, the phone automatically goes into speakerphone mode so you can communicate quickly and get the help you might need. Also, when the SOS button is activated, an alarm sounds to let those around you know you need help. The buttons are big, the perfect size act...

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