I guess when AARP starts sending membership cards to you in the mail it’s time to admit you’re a senior citizen. Still, as much as I don’t feel like one on the inside, there are definitely physical changes that are marking the march of time throughout my body. I used to be the one that made fun of old people who asked me to read something for them because they didn’t have their glasses. Now it’s me asking for help. And it’s the hubby who’s hearing has been ruined because of years of riding on a fire engine with the sirens blarring, before they realized that hearing protection was necessary.
So as we get older we have to start admitting it’s time to make changes to make life easier. They hubby has started wearing reading glasses after years of pretending he didn’t need them and I have made the fonts on my computers larger to make reading easier. So to add a cellphone that’s got accessibility features built-in seems a given.
But the hubby is fighting it ever step of the way and here’s why he shouldn’t be:
Snapfōn® ez ONE The Big Button Cell Phone Video Review
My husband NEEDS this phone. He’s a technophobe and it’s perfect for him. His current phone is perplexing to him and he can’t even figure out how to get his voicemail. He has texting capabilities but text him and he’ll wonder WTH that blinking icon is, but he’ll never ask or figure out on his own what it is or what it means. Still, even though this cellphone is the answer to my prayers for a phone for him, he can’t get over the senior designation. I think he’s being an idiot. I’d rather be safe and have a phone I know how to work than worry what anyone else thinks of me. Oh well, he’ll lose his phone again soon and this one will be waiting and I promise you, he’ll love it and he’ll evently get over the stigma of being a senior citizen.
Easy controls and special features make the Snapfōn® ez ONE The Big Button Cell Phone a great buy
Snapfon® ez ONE The Big Button Cell Phone Features
Big keys and large print – the keys are almost dime size
Easy to read screen – 28 pt font screen
Enhanced volume – loud! The ringer is extra-loud as well.
Speaker Phone – listen to voicemail, make calls, listen to the radio
SOS Button – pre-program it to sound an alarm and call/text up to 4 contacts.
Speaking Keypad – says the number you’re pressing and the most recent number is larger on the readout
Extended battery life – it’s lasted for days!
Bright LED flashlight – up to 20 ft, operates for hours
FM Radio – no data plan required!
GSM World Phone – 850/900/1800/1900
Works on many cellphone plans (including T-Mobile and AT&T or you can purchase service from Snapfon directly – it’s currently $9.99 a month)