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Jitterbug Cell Phone – big numbers, easy eyes


Jitterbug Cell Phone. Designed for the ‘silver dialler’ generation, with big numbers, big on-screen display, easy dial and rather expensive call plans. If you can do without cameras, music players, SD cards and the like, then this is probably the simple handset for you. Your call, Santa. From $244.00 on prepayment plan.

 Over the years, cell phones have gotten smaller and smaller and loaded with complicated features and gadgets. They’ve become harder to program and even harder to use. The screens are so tiny you can’t read them anymore. The buttons are so small you can barely find them and must use a pencil to dial them. To make matters worse, you end up paying for all these features and gadgets you’ll probably never use. Well, we found a cell phone company dedicated to making cell phones simple and affordable again: Jitterbug. With easy to use phones and service plans that provide unprecedented simplicity, Jitterbug makes a perfect gift for that special someone who is looking to stay connected with friends and family — but without all the unnecessary complexity and expense.


  • I was Googling ‘Jitterbug Cell Phone’ for my coupons site and after ended up here I wanted to trackback, but the for some reason trackbacks are not working at moment…keep up there..

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  • I'm looking for a cell phone for someone in Canada. Will the Jitterbug work for someone who lives in Canada?

  • I recommend the use of Just5 cell phone. It is friendly to seniors not only because of its large keys and bright display but also its emergency response features. In just a press of a button, automatic dials, alarm, and loudspeaker are activated. The phone has long battery life and is available without a contract. I found this affordable phone at

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