The Best Cell Phone Plans for Seniors

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Best Cell Phone Plans for Senior Citizens

Getting older has it’s advantages, especially if you’re looking to save on your wireless cell-phone service. Every wireless carrier are coming with new offer for people 55 and up.

Smartphone usage among seniors is growing rapidly in recent years, Seniors are looking seniorsfor the best cell phone plans with a price tag that won’t scare them away.

Basic requirements for elderly :
  • large print & easy to read
  • speed dial
  • simple organized menu
  • a built-in camera
  • high-volume levels for older ears.

Are there any catches? Here’s a look at the current offers.

The Jitterbug from GreatCall

Todays Seniors want to text, stream music, or browse the internet, and they certainly want to know that they have that option. There are cell phone plans designed to help seniors stay connected without selling a arm.

50% Off Jitterbug Offer – Limited Time Promotion

The most inexpensive plan, Basic, excludes Urgent Care, GreatCall Link, Personal Operator, and Product Replacement features.

Verizon 55 Plus plan for seniors

Seniors can save on expensive cell phone service with Verizon’s new 55 Plus plan.

Get the best Unlimited for less.

  • Unlimited 4G LTE Data
  • Unlimited Talk & Text
  • DVD-Quality Streaming
  • Unlimited Mobile Hotspot (600 Kbps)
  • Verizon Up Rewards
  • Mexico & Canada Included

While you can have a maximum of only 2 phones, you can add up to 10 tablets and up to 25 connected devices (e.g., Palm, Hum, smartwatch, etc.) to your account. Mobile Hotspots (e.g., Jetpack) aren’t compatible with the Go Unlimited plan for 55+.

T-Mobile : ONE Unlimited 55+ plan

Customers ages 55 and older can get 2 lines for $35/line with AutoPay—all with unlimited talk, text, and LTE data – cheaper plan but the network is No Good.

If you’re a senior already paying for Verizon or T-Mobile service, switch to the new plans to save.

Taxes & fees included. No surprise fees on your monthly plan bill

Smartphone use among seniors still lags behind that of the younger population but slowly catching up.

What are the current pricing plans for the major carriers and the low cost alternatives for budget customers.


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