At Vodafone we aim to make our technology accessible to people with special needs who may specifically benefit from our innovative technologies assisting them in their daily lives.
Braille bills - which can be requested by contacting 1907.
Phones with large, well-spaced keypads such as the Nokia 3510i.
Raised dot or dots on or around the number '5' - help you navigate the keypad.
Audio feedback - makes a sound when you've pressed the keys.
Back-lit keypad - makes it easier to see the keys.
Contrast or brightness control on the phone's screen e.g. Nokia 7100 series.
A large clear screen display Changing Font Size - enables you to select a larger text size for the screen.
Voice Tagging and Voice Dialling - allows your phone to add a spoken name to phonebook entries so you can dial contacts by speaking the person's name.
Profiles - enable you to assign different ring-tones to different groups of people or individuals.
Audible low battery indicators - make a sound when the battery is running low.
Vibra-Alert - makes the phone vibrate whenever you're receiving a call or a text message.
Flashing Alert - flashes keypad and display when you're receiving a call or a text message.
Predictive Text - enables you to type text messages more quickly by referencing a dictionary that contains commonly used words.
Tactile feedback lets you know when you've pressed a key.
Changing Ringtones enables you to find the ringtone frequency and volume that's best for you.
Hearing Loops for customers who have a hearing aid with a 'T' setting. These cut down background noise, and reduce interference by enabling you to keep the phone away from the hearing aid. E.g. Nokia LPS3, LPS4.