- Size (LWH): 4 inches, 2 inches, 0.6 inches
- Weight: 8 ounces
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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Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Still performing well for my mother after a year or so. Using T-mobile SIM card and account from previous flip phone is working great.Published on July 17, 2014 by My take...
didn't work in my country, didn't know that and it didn't mention that it works in the US only when I bought it.Published on March 2, 2014 by techani
I purchased this for my mother. The customer service is lousy. They don't work on weekends. You cannot edit or make payments on line. Read morePublished on June 16, 2013 by David Maldonado
I was looking to buy a phone for my mother for emergency purposes only. Where I got it I couldn't make calls or receive. Read morePublished on May 24, 2013 by Arcanenyc
I'm just crazy about this phone. I had a ZTE phone that would die on me during a conversation. So I began reading about simple phones and found that the simpler it is the less... Read morePublished on November 16, 2012 by Janster
I wished I read ALL the reviews before I bought this phone and shipped it all the way to the Caribbean. The phone literally worked for about 5 days then stopped. Read morePublished on September 23, 2012 by P. Dublin
This is a great phone for seniors. I bought it for my mom. But I will have to echo some of the other reviews. Take the radio out and the texting. Read morePublished on October 14, 2011 by A. Sante