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What are some simple-to-use cell phone models?

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Some uncomplicated cellphones include the Doro PhoneEasy 626 from Consumer Cellular, the Samsung Jitterbug5 and Jitterbug Touch3 from GreatCall, and the Snapfon ezTWO. Each phone features a camera and speed dial. None of these phones require contracts or cancellation fees from users. Prices for the phones range from $50 to $149.99.

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The Doro PhoneEasy 626 flip phone makes dialing, texting and sending photos easy by providing raised buttons. The phone has on-board GPS technology that tracks a caller's location when he dials 911. The Jitterbug5 flip phone incorporates a simple yes/no navigation menu and large number keys to make dialing easy. The Jitterbug Touch3 smartphone offers more features than the others, such as Internet access, email and applications, but Samsung designed it with a simple navigation system that displays all commands on one screen. The Snapfon ezTWO provides a speaking keyboard and an emergency button on the back that triggers a siren and sends a text to message to 911 or a monitor service.

Service plans for the PhoneEasy 626 range from $10 to $20 a month. Monthly plans for the Jitterbug5 range from $14.99 to $49.99, and the Jitterbug Touch3 requires a data plan that costs $2.49 a month. GreatCall charges a one-time $35.00 activation fee. The Snapfon ezTWO is $9.95 per month for 60 minutes of talk time or $29.95 for unlimited talk time.

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