What's a good texting phone for my grandma?
My Grandma wants to text her family in Mexico, not everyday maybe once or twice a week just to see how they are doing. Now i know the plan, a gophone from at and t. The gophone is only 2 dollars a day unlimited and only get charged on the days you use it. Now the question what gophone would be good for my grandma? She wants to text and text is what she'll get for Christmas this year. Thanks guys.
That is a tough one - as it depends on how nimble her fingers are, and how tech savvy she may be. Personally as much as I love the iPhone, it would be probably be a better course to get her a blackberry, it has real tactile keys, and would overall be more intuitive for us older folks
I would get her any phone that has international useage on it and a QWERTY board that lights up. there are a few nice ones out there with bigger keys that are nice for elderly, or hard to see persons.
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