Easy to Use Cell Phones for Under $100.00


I have done some searching and found a few cell phones that are great easy to use cell phones for the elderly and easy to use cell phones for kids.

We all love our smartphones with all its high tech gadgets and GPS Etc. There are some people that simply prefer to keep their cel phones simple.

Our first cell phone is the Samsung A137 GoPhone. Gives you 3 hours of talk time and 10 hours of standby time, 220 x 176 resolution. Those are basically all its major features, as you can see it is a really simple cell phone. You can get this cell phone at Radio Shack for $29.99.


Our next easy to use cell phone is the LG 300G from NET10. This easy to use cell phone gives you 7 hours of talk time and 8 to 20 days of standby time leaving the previous phone a bit ashamed. Also features you basic features like alarm clock,calendar,Lithium Ion battery and so on. Seriously, it is a really simple cell phone, it doesn´t have any outstanding features, not even a camera. As I mentioned earlier at Radio Shack for $29.99. Easy to use cell phone for kids and the elderly.


Last but not least is the Sony Ericsson Z310 Black Clamshell. So you have an Idea of how simple this cell phones is, its most ¨high tech¨features is it is able toplay MP3 music tones when it rings and video messagin.

This cell phone features Messaging – MMS, SMS and EMS,Main screen 128 x 160 pixels,Picture phonebook,Music ringtones (MP3),Bluetooth Data Capable,HTML browsing,IM: AOL, Yahoo, MSN,Multimedia picture and video messaging. This is also a great easy to use cell phone for kids and the elderly. All yours for $89.99 at Fry´s Electronics.


  • Jinky

    These are great simple cell phones, but I would still include in this list the Just5 Easyphone, which I find to offer simple features and functionalities. This phone offers great ease of operation just like the above mentioned cell phones. But I find Just5 to offer more practicality in terms of features, especially if the groups of people who will be using the phone are elderly, kids, and disabled as this phone also features PERS. It is non-contract phone and is very affordable, too.

  • Miles

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    Thank you for the post.

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