She loves it and picked up how to use it pretty easily considering how difficult it is to teach her ...
Chasity A. Ticheli, Amazon
23 September 2014
Summary: Bought this for my mother-in-law. She loves it and picked up how to use it pretty easily considering how difficult it is to teach her how to use even the tv remote. She is 70 years old and this is her first cell phone.
Summary: Pros: - Nice design - Bug button with bag light - Big enough fonts - Dock Cons" - Very WEAK "stop lip" that blocks top cover from opening 180 degrees. It will break quickly and you phone basically comes apart - DOES NOT WORK WITH AT&T. Go ahead have fun. We tried everything to no avail.
Summary: My neighbor and I have a different version of the Emporia Elder phone... the Emporia CLICK plus V323G. It looks similar to this one but I think it is sturdier...has the big buttons, large text (can be set SUPER LARGE), has a wide choice of ring-tones, easy to hear when it rings.
Summary: She finally has a phone she can see and understand. It's a phone and nothing more, really. The numbers are large and very easy to see and handle, since they well spaced. The overall size of the phone is big enough and arthritic hands and handle it with ease, but not so big as to be cumbersome.
Summary: This phone is good for my mom (for the big numbers, the sound, light and camera easy to use), but it is too basic, if you want to save a number you have to enter to Menu then to Agenda then to Create Contact, it would be great to save it from Call Registry.
Summary: As a phone this is fine and very robust. The camera however stopped working having taken only 5 photo's. Phone has been returned to Telme, and has been gone 4 weeks!! Nine weeks after return I was given a new telephone as the original was lost!!