Old reabbits often get caught in the light of the headlights - if theyd known a thing or 2 they would nt get into that mess. So here goes -
WHAT SOME OLD RABBITS with no bunnies at home WOULD LIKE TO ASK AND are afraid to ask -
OTHER OLD BUCKS and DOES pleases join in with your queries
A landline has wires a mobile has SIM - how does a SIM work a mobile phone ?
GBs ? How many GBs do you need to feed a smartphone? For EMAIL ? WHATS APP? SKYPE ? FACEBOOK ? SEARCHES? occasional car JOURNEY ROUTES ? DOWNLOAD lyrics and choral music 2x a month? EBAY ? mostly and as secondary device.
WHATS difference between IPAD , ANDROID , WIN to use for a mobile / smartphone?
BEST SART PHONES for older person / highest volume for calls in and out
Whisch phones have the best support?
And who gives more than a weeks free trial and return ?
THANKS and HAPPY 2018. I might have asked some questions before.
To have the answers in one place would be fab - sorry,COOL
@Jenny105 If you click this link, all your questions can be answered in one place, one at a time. Google is your friend:
Best smartphones for older people? Purely a matter of choice. Being old (like me) doesn't mean I go for a smartphone with less functions than any other. I currently use a Note 4 and that's because I prefer a larger screen. I may not use all the functions it provides but that's my choice.
Not attempting to be facetious but being older doesn't mean I get put in an age box. I wear trendy clothes, I never listen to Radio 4, I like groups from the 60's as well as some of the current bands of this era. I enjoy going to rock concerts etc etc etc.
As for GB usage ...again dependent on whether you always have access to wifi or not. I use a laptop and a tablet. My phone tariff has 2GB of data and I never need more. If using pc away from home and without Wifi I use a dongle for data connection.
Most Android phones come with a 2 year warranty. iPhones come with just 1 year
I'm trendy except for IT stuff. I retired before tablets and smartphones came in .
So did I @Jenny105. I was a nurse and at that time they weren't used in hospitals (how things have changed). I was dragged kicking and acreaming into the world of smartphones by my two sons. I was also lucky enough to join this forum 4 years ago and have been helped tremendously by the knowledgeable members here...:smileywink:
It's a bit of a turnaround really because now (occasionally) those same sons now come to me for help
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