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Jitterbug Cell Phone - Plus
 
Retrevo's Recommendation
Average Buy for Everyone
Reviews for this Jitterbug mobile phone: "Though the senior-aimed Jitterbug Plus is easy to use and has good call quality, it's overpriced ..." see more »
Reviews for this Jitterbug mobile phone: "Though the senior-aimed Jitterbug Plus is easy to use and has good call quality, it's overpriced for its low-end features." see less »
Jitterbug Cell Phone - Dial
 
Retrevo's Recommendation
Older product, look for current models
Reviews for this Jitterbug mobile phone: "The two Jitterbug phones, the Dial and the OneTouch, look a little like some sort of 21st-century bea..." see more »
Reviews for this Jitterbug mobile phone: "The two Jitterbug phones, the Dial and the OneTouch, look a little like some sort of 21st-century beauty product...Flip them open and you immediately hear the first bit of minor genius: a dial tone...To get assistance from a live operator (more on that later), all you have to do is dial "0...The only difference between the two models is that the Dial has a full numerical keypad while the OneTouch does not...GreatCall is an MVNO—a small service company using Sprint's wireless network—and the Jitterbug phones work exclusively with its own prepaid plans..." see less »
Jitterbug Cell Phone - One Touch
 
Retrevo's Recommendation
Older product, look for current models
Reviews for this Jitterbug mobile phone: "The two Jitterbug phones, the Dial and the OneTouch, look a little like some sort of 21st-century bea..." see more »
Reviews for this Jitterbug mobile phone: "The two Jitterbug phones, the Dial and the OneTouch, look a little like some sort of 21st-century beauty product...Flip them open and you immediately hear the first bit of minor genius: a dial tone...To get assistance from a live operator (more on that later), all you have to do is dial "0...The only difference between the two models is that the Dial has a full numerical keypad while the OneTouch does not...GreatCall is an MVNO—a small service company using Sprint's wireless network—and the Jitterbug phones work exclusively with its own prepaid plans..." see less »