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  • Snapfon "ez ONE" Cell phone for Seniors w/ big buttons, Loud speaking keypad, so easy to see and use
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Snapfon "ez ONE" Cell phone for Seniors w/ big buttons, Loud speaking keypad, so easy to see and use

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  • Unlocked GSM Dual Band (850 & 1900) U.S. Version with Full Manufacturer Warranty.
  • USA company. Phone ships direct from the manufacturer in Chattanooga, TN. Take advantage of $4.99 standard shipping (USPS Priority Mail) to anywhere in the USA.
  • Service through AT&T Wireless, T-Mobile, or other GSM cellular provider, no contract necessary. Will not work on Verizon or Sprint CDMA networks.
  • Large keys and numbers with speaking keypad feature. Meant to be basic, no internet or camera to add confusion.
  • SOS button for emergency situations. Great for seniors and kids.
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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 4 inches, 2 inches, 0.6 inches
  • Weight: 8 ounces
  • Minimum Rated Talk Time: 5 hours
  • Minimum Rated Standby Time: 120 hours
  • Battery Type: Lithium Ion
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Product Description

EASY TO SEE AND EASY TO USE JUST GOT MORE AFFORDABLE. With the PureTalk SIM card now included, the opportunity to sign up for one of the most unique, low cost cellular service plans is available. You can choose between our Unlimited Talk & Text plan at $39.95 a month, or our Flex plan which starts at $10 a month. Our PureTalk service operates on the largest GSM-cellular service provider in the country. When you activate our PureTalk service, a $10 rebate is redeemable with enclosed rebate card, this offer is valid only on new phone purchases and not refurbished/used. Our unlocked dual-band GSM phone still works with both T-Mobile and AT&T services, as well as all other GSM service providers in the USA, Canada, and parts of Central/South America. No other phone offers a one touch S.O.S. button that can be programmed to call up to 4 emergency numbers until someone answers your call! Users also love our speaking keypad function (switchable) that will say each number dialed in a loud clear voice, minimizing wrong numbers and mis-dialed calls. We even added a high intensity L.E.D. flashlight for those times when you need a little light! The built in FM radio offers you hours of ez-listening without ever missing a call! This is quite simply the easiest phone you will ever use! Phone features easy to use voicemail and SMS messaging. Color: Bronze body & Chocolate face and bezel, Talk time: 3-5 hours, Standby time: 90-120 hours, Dimensions: 4 in x 2 in x 5/8 in, Screen: 1.6 inch amber LCD 128x48, SMS memory:100, Phonebook:200, Call record:last 10, Language:English/Spanish, FM Tuner, Calendar, Alarm, Calculator, Handsfree, Vibration/Mute. In the Box: User Manual, Battery, Headset, Wall Charger. Snapfon uses GSM 850/1900 MHz frequencies will not work service such as Verizon and Sprint . If you need more information, please Google us.WE CAUTION AGAINST BUYING FROM ANYONE OTHER THAN THE MANUFACTURER!


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 2 x 0.6 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces
  • ASIN: B0037LKHP2
  • Item model number: ez One-B
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #421,522 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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157 of 168 people found the following review helpful By zennaloutoo on November 12, 2010
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I am 62 and searched for a simple easy to use cell phone and bought this one about a month ago. I think it is simpler than most, but I would like to see improvement. I hope with their next model that Snapfon will do the following.

1---Leave the Radio and ear plugs off. It is so cheap as to be useless, but we don't want a radio anyway. We want the best and simplest way to talk.

2---Leave off the alarm and calculator. We don't want that either. We would prefer to use our own alarm clock and calculator. Instead of these features use those 2 buttons to simplify the menu.

3---Turn this into a flip type phone for 2 reasons. When we carry it around our neck or in a pocket, it keeps hitting something and activating. Yes we can turn the number off and on, but we can't remember to do that. It is just one more unnecessary thing we don't need to have to do. The second reason for the flip phone would be so that when we are talking we have a phone that feels more like the phone we have had all our lives. One that reaches from the ear to the mouth. Then we wouldn't feel like we were talking to thin air instead of a person. Also I think a very large microphone could be put in the flip--ear part of the phone for better hearing.

I also suggest leaving the text feature off this phone. We DO NOT TEXT----and we don't even want to receive a text. This would also simplify the phone.

Last----simply as much as possible the menu for the things that are left.

I love the big buttons, and the lighted screen. With the above suggested improvements, I believe it could be the best cell phone on the market for seniors and other people who love SIMPLE EASY to USE.

Thanks and I hope to see a new improved model soon.
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65 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Carolyn P. on April 2, 2010
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If you are a senior citizen, or have a senior in your life, this is one fantastic gift for them. The phone is large enough to easily hold, and the big, well lit buttons, are easy to read and push. You won't have any problems pressing the wrong keys accidentally. The added feature of "talking keys" makes it invaluable to the visually challenged. The special red button feature that allows you to pre-program emergency numbers also helps provide peace of mind. It's a breeze to set up with AT&T, just a matter of transferring the SIM card from the old cell phone. There are detailed instructions on how to do this provided with the phone. I purchased this for my 87 year old mother, who loves it, and is completely at ease using it.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Marie on April 9, 2010
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My elderly father absolutely loves his Snapfon! Now he can dial all numbers easily once again, without misdialing due to very small keypads of current cell phones. His stored contacts are readily found with just one scrolling push of the top arrow key. The ringer is loud, the numbers large and easily seen, and he does not have to fumble with opening a flip phone. I searched all cell carriers, specialty stores, and the internet trying to find a phone he could use with our current plan to no avail. Finally I found Snapfon - it is senior friendly, and even has one touch dialing for eight numbers. Way to go!!!
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By David Ellington on August 5, 2010
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For some time my wife had intended to look into elder-friendly cell phones; particularly one she'd heard about with a built-in panic button. When the need arose for her Mother to change phone and emergency alert arrangements, we decided to go ahead and give a cell phone a try. Our research led us to the Snapfon ez ONE.

Mom's 91, wears hearing aids and has always been technically challenged, so we were a tad anxious over how she'd fare with her very first cell phone. Amazingly, our fears were unfounded as, after some 6 weeks use, she's actually come to like her new Snapfon and is burning minutes like a seasoned veteran!! Also, she's able to use the phone without removing her hearing aids or switching to speakerphone.

It's very loud (like we hoped it would be) and basic (a must). The large numbers and spoken-word dialing are welcome features and I haven't heard whether she's had occasion to use the flashlight, but too bad our phones don't have that.

The SOS button, the main attraction for us, works nicely. Pressed for 5 seconds, the phone sounds an English ambulance-style alert while simultaneously sending text messages to user- programmed emergency call numbers. After (and possibly during) the transmission of emergency text messages, the phone then begins dialing up those same emergency numbers in order till there's an answer, for which the Snapfon ezONE will automatically be in speakerphone mode. When testing, remember the text messages go out first, so be sure to give the phone time to initiate the dial-up sequence.

We would surely recommend this phone for it's ease of use and the added sense of security the SOS button provides, but the most amazing part of our Snapfon experience has to do with customer service.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Gerald Monaco on November 17, 2010
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Overall, this is a very nice phone. Keys are the perfect size; sound is good, call clarity good and the display is good. The emergency button is one of the key features on this phone and the primary reason I chose this phone. Now the deal breaker.....yes, you can program 5 phone numbers for the emergency button, HOWEVER, just pray that none of those numbers have a voice mail feature on their phones because you will not get past the 1st number if no one answers at that number. This phone assumes that when the called number goes to voice mail, it's been answered! Basically, it's a worthless feature.
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