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    Granny friendly phones

    Sod the grannies, this is just what I need !!

    Granny friendly phones

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    I'm a grandad and I want the latest Android. I still have 6 or 7 months left on my HTC Magic.

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    I'm an Android phone and I definitely don't want some dirty old man pawing me hehe!!

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    Lidl are doing a "granny" mobiles and home phones from next Thursday(?): Granny Mobile. The mobile is £40, no SIM, unlocked.

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    Must say, the Doro ones are superb. We bought a normal payg mobile for our 90 year old aunty so she could phone us if she fell or anything. Complete waste of time as even though we bought the esiest one we could find she just couldn't get to grips with it. One of her friends had been bought a Doro and took it everywhere, ended up buying our auntie one the same and she loves it as well. Been very usefull for a couple of emergencies now where she's fallen.

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