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A Swedish company, Doro is doing some interesting things to make mobile devices more user-friendly for those 50 plus. Working with designers that specialize in technology, ergonomics and physical disabilities, the company introduced the Doro PhoneEasy® 345 and 410 last year. These devices work well for seniors who may have reduced dexterity, hearing and vision.
And there’s more good news: Prices for the Doro PhoneEasy models have been recently reduced. It’s important everyone has affordable access to a cell phone, for convenience and peace-of-mind in potential emergencies. At a low-cost relative to other phones on the market, the Doro PhoneEasy’s straightforward design makes it easy for aging Americans to stay in touch with friends and family.
Compatible with hearing aids, the phones also offer outstanding sound quality and a host of other features, including large, separated buttons and easy-to-read screens.
For more information about the Doro PhoneEasy models, visit this AARP site http://products.aarp.org/discounts/home/consumer_cellular.