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Seniorworld easyfone: Now, a phone just for senior citizens launched at Rs 3,375

Seniorworld.com unveiled easyfone, a feature phone specifically designed for senior citizens at Rs 3,375.

By: Tech Desk | Gurgaon |
Updated: January 22, 2016 4:54:27 pm
Seniorworld.com, Easyfone, Easyfone price, Easyfone features, Easyfone specs, smartphone for seniors, smartphones for senior citizen, senior citizen phones, smartphones, technology, technology news Seniorworld.com unveiled easyfone, specially designed for senior citizens at Rs 3,375.

Seniorworld.com unveiled easyfone, a phone specifically designed for senior citizens at Rs 3,375. It features a large screen and big font, large dialling keys and cradle charger.

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Easyfone comes with Photo-dial, which allows users to dial contacts through a single key press. It also has a SOS button at the back. Pressing the SOS button sets off a chain of 4 automated actions including calls and SMS to 5 emergency contacts with critical details including location, battery strength and contact details of the users doctors.

Rahul Gupta, co-founder and CEO, seniorworld.com said “Seniors have unique needs and that is true in the category of mobile phones as well. The needs of the elderly have largely been ignored and easyfone fills this gap with a focus on ease, simplicity and safety.”

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Other features include Whitelist option, which limits incoming calls only from the white listed numbers. The company will provide home pick-up and delivery service for repairs.

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