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Dual Sim – Quadband GSM (850/900/1800/1900 Mhz)
The phone is compatible with any Sim Card from any Australian Telco.

The EZF-4 is UNLOCKED and gives you the choice of selecting your own provider. If the phone is being used for emergency purposes only, look for an extended economical plan over 6 months ($30).

Be wary of locked phones being offered for a cheap price. It is often the case that it will cost up to $100 to unlock a phone, to use it with a provider of your choice.

A quality mobile phone designed for seniors and those requiring a 'simple to use' phone with emergency features.

The EZF-4 is not only for senior people, but those with ill health - living alone or even a first phone for children who want the security of having instant emergency contact with family, neighbours or medical help.

Compared to an 'In House' Dial Up system - they are fine providing you are 'In House'!

A mobile phone is portable and you are not just restricted to emergency help inside your home. Use the lanyard and take your phone with you - shopping, visiting etc and have instant help available at the press of a button.

Hey, never underestimate the ability of older people to understand the growth of technology. Be patient with them if they are new to this - they can learn new things!

I am a senior too - I know!

Our warranty is simple - No small print. Click here for more details





advice from the SA ministerial advisoryAdvice from the SA Ministerial Advisory Board on Ageing, found that many people struggle to use small mobiles which are becoming increasingly cluttered with other functions. 'Older' people don't necessarily want all the 'bells and whistles', they just want a simple quality phone that has clear numbers and 'eezi' to use buttons.
We have it - EZF-4!

comparing phones? there are things you need to know. If you are comparing phones please read our purchasing advice page for some useful information regarding what to wathc out for when making your decision.


bob couch