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EasyPhone 9

EasyPhone 9 is a no-nonsense mobile phone with just the essential features, so you can keep in touch with friends and family with ease.

It has big buttons with big numbers, making them easy to see and easy to press. It has a large illuminated display with an easy-to-read screen, perfect for anyone with poor eyesight.

It is not linked to any mobile phone network, so no tie-in with contract, simply use a 2G pay as you go SIM card.

It also features an SOS emergency button, this can store up to 5 phone numbers of relatives or friends. Just one press calls each person in turn, activating the loudspeaker so you can talk hands-free.

Extra features: Text messaging, FM Radio, torch, calculator, alarm clock, calendar and camera.

Our best-selling model.

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EasyPhone 9

EasyPhone 9 is a no-nonsense mobile phone with just the essential features, so you can keep in touch with friends and family with ease.

It has big buttons with big numbers, making them easy to see and easy to press. It has a large illuminated display with an easy-to-read screen, perfect for anyone with poor eyesight.

It is not linked to any mobile phone network, so no tie-in with contract, simply use a 2G pay as you go SIM card.

It also features an SOS emergency button, this can store up to 5 phone numbers of relatives or friends. Just one press calls each person in turn, activating the loudspeaker so you can talk hands-free.

Extra features: Text messaging, FM Radio, torch, calculator, alarm clock, calendar and camera.

Our best-selling model.

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EasyPhone 9

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2 for £149.90, £74.95 each
 
  • Straight forward, easy to use
  • No GPS
  • No WIFI
  • No video games
  • Comes with USB charging cable
 

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At last ! A simple, easy to use, no-nonsense mobile phone.

Big Buttons. Clear Display. Loud Ringtone.

Features to look for in an easy-to-use mobile phone for you or an elderly relative:

SOS Emergency Button

Another very useful feature, which can be life-saving is having an SOS Button. The SOS or emergency function calls pre-programmed numbers at the touch of one button. Simply program the phone with up to 5 phone numbers (relatives or friends and or emergency services). So if someone has a fall or becomes poorly all they need to do is just press the SOS button once, it then calls each person in turn whilst activating the loudspeaker allowing you to talk hands-free to get help.

Large Screen Flip Phone

If the mobile is for someone who has poor eyesight then opt for a large screen. The screen should be illuminated making the display easy to read. Many mobiles with large buttons have small screens so it is best to opt for a flip-phone, these offer the best of both worlds: big buttons plus a large screen.

Easy Phone for old people

Easy to Use Mobile Phones

These days mobile phones are getting more complicated and have far more features than you’ll ever need. A no-nonsense mobile phone with just the essential features is all you need to keep in touch with friends and family.

Customer Service

Many companies have small instruction booklets and no Customer Service helpline. Being unfamiliar with mobiles or having a poor memory can make it tricky to get set up so look out for a company who offers Customer Service support, just in case it is needed. Having a friendly operator to help with any queries can help save so much time and effort.

No Contract

There is no need to be tied down to an expensive contract for one or two years when you don’t need to. It can be easier and cheaper to choose a phone with no contract. Opt for a pay-as-you-go SIM card. Some companies offer a FREE SIM card making the process very simple.

Easy Phone for old people



“Gadget of the year”

Easy Phone for old people

“The EasyPhone 9 should be awarded Gadget of the Year for the over 50s. It’s so simple to use. My son bought this for me when we went into lockdown. It was easy to set up on my own. The SOS is so handy – I’ve never had to use it in an emergency, but I use it to call my son every day.”

Mrs. Emily Jones

“What a great phone”

“I can see the keypad and screen, so clearly I no longer have to reach for my glasses when I make a call. The big buttons make it so much easier to dial a number with my arthritic fingers, and I’ve even used the SOS button once when I slipped on the ice last winter.”

Mrs Patricia Glenson

“Fantastic battery life”

“…great phone, no-nonsense, fantastic battery life, easy to press buttons, easy to see screen and I even listen to my favourite talk show or the cricket when I’m on the bus or out and about”

Mr Graham Burgess