Consumer Cellular pushed out a new basic phone on Presidents Day, dubbed the Motorola WX345. As the carrier is known for its senior-friendly phones, the WX345 is suitably simple, with large keys and a bright screen. It offers pretty decent features for a basic phone; they include a speakerphone, a camera, an MP3 player, an FM radio, and Bluetooth. It's compatible with M3/T3 hearing aid specs and is free, as long as you pony up the $35 activation fee.
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