Sprint has just announced the availability of a new flip phone that comes with easy access features for seniors and people with disabilities. The new phone is none other than Samsung's M400, which comes in the clamshell form factor and offers a 2.24-inch main screen, dedicated 911 and ICE (in case of emergency) buttons, and large keys on its alphanumeric keypad for near effortless typing on the go. It is available for free to new or existing Sprint customers with a mandatory two-year service contract.
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- The Samsung M400 is available for free with a two-year contract after a $50 mail-in rebate.
Since you probably would not be too young to want to tote the Samsung M400 (imagine being a college going kid with everyone else sporting a smartphone, while you deal with something that has features from a different age), it makes perfect sense for Sprint to make the Samsung M400 as affordable as possible.- Edwin, Coolest Gadgets
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Samsung M400 Helps Seniors and People with Disabilities Stay Connected and Independent
The Samsung M400 has easy access features designed to meet the needs of seniors and people with disabilities.
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Samsung M400 Finds Spot in Sprint’s Entry-Level Lineup
The M400 includes a 2.24-inch main display and 1.07-inch external display, large keypad, and dedicated 911 and ICE (in case of emergency) buttons.
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- Sprint targets the aged with their Samsung M400 phone