BLU JOY – 2.4″, Factory Unlocked Phone – Black – Reviews & Compare Deals

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Introducing joy easy to use phone with big key pad and emergency access SOS key for the senior users.
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BLU JOY - 2.4", Factory Unlocked Phone - Black

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Features
  • Unlocked Dual SIM senior phone
  • With a built in SOS button user can easily gain access to the police, medical, or Fire fighter at...
  • 2.4" display and large numerical keypad
  • Built in flash light, MP3/MP4, FM a radio and VGA Camera
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Unlocked Phone
Brand
BLU
Color
Black
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CT-Miami LLC
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1
Platform
Android
Product Group
Wireless
Publisher
CT-Miami LLC
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CT-Miami LLC
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  • EAN: 0848958029274
  • MPN: J010 BLACK
  • UPC: 848958029274
  • Model: J010 BLACK
  • Part Number: J010 BLACK
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BLU JOY - 2.4", Factory Unlocked Phone - Black, CT-Miami LLC

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5 Comments
  1. Really good phone for Dad, he will not say it but is getting hard hearing, so this phone works great for him, very loud, easy to use and the buttons are big enough to make it perfect for seniors. Great product.

  2. This would be an OK phone for a slightly blind person with a little bit of tech suave ability, but as for the large buttons that is for sure, they are large but the screen is ridiculously small so regardless if the numbers are big they cant tell if they typed the wrong numbers. The reception is good its clear, the lock screen button is on the side of the phone and this being presented as an elderly phone which most are not tech suave wont figure out what they locked and how to get it unlocked. I got this for my dad who is legally blind, not an ounce of tech in his blood. he can see what numbers he pushed button wise as for the screen……for the life of him couldn’t read the screen. I give this a 2 star as the add is misleading. They dont dimension the size so for those of you who want to know what to compare it to in the way of size, think of a laptop hard drive but a little thicker. When i handed it to my dad he thought it was a pocket calculator that the bank gives out as a gift. Mind you my dad has some big mittens (ring finger size 14) Not being negative just a good review for those looking for an answer to a “jidderBug” type phone for the elderly. The best feature on this is a “911” button that can be setup to call police, fire, or a person.What i finally did was by a 5.5″ display smartphone (Kata C2 $84) put it in kid mode so nothing can be deleted or moved, created his background all black, on my PC in adobe created numbers with color coding (say number 1 with a yellow back ground is my mom) then saved to google drive then just went and downloaded to his phone, When i created his contacts i added a image to each contact using the numbers i created. Starting on the home screen i created a “widget” quick dial for each contact, for example #1 with yellow back ground he knows hes dialing my mom all he has to do is just push that button and when she calls the caller id is the BIG #1 with the yellow background he knows its my mom and he slides the big green dot to the right, best elderly solution, as jidderbug is a ripoff…….if you need help figuring something out like this im making a video when im done ill post an update so you can view it.Yes if he had a little more vision and smaller hands this would work, or even just a little more vision….Pro: Dad loved the flash light idea, the buttons were readable, sound was clear and crisp and the SOS (911) button.CONS: To small of screen, buttons on the side are in a bad location (poor design) …… really a deal breaker for my dad

  3. The phone stopped working after two weeks. One of the worst purchases I have ever made on Amazon. It was a good basic phone for my 83 year-old mother. It was easy to use. I just wish it was not such poor quality that it died such a quick death.

  4. Nice looking phone with large buttons for a senior. Was obviously a previously returned phone as there were phone numbers stored in the phone. Virtually no instructions. Called the company, bluproducts, spent over 30 minutes getting assistance attempting to set up the phone. Went to a T-Mobile store for help with the sim card. End result, no service – it would not work with T-Mobile. Will be returned.

  5. I was advised to purchase this specific phone by a T Mobile supervisor in Washington who was trying to get me NOT to leave T MObile. I had been searching for a very simple flip or brick style phone for my 85 year old parents. This BLU phone arrived with a lot of good press but NO INTRUCTION MANUAL. There was NOTHING online and I searched extensively, even going to the company website. No user manual existed anywhere for this phone. My poor elderly parents got so frustrated with the phone and the speaker, which was advertised as “hearing aid compatible” and oversized for seniors did not perform as promised. They could not hear well on it and between the 3 of us, we never located the speaker function, which would have at least allowed them to hear better. The phone indeed linked perfectly to T Mobile and it LOOKED good. However, it’s ridiculous to sell any kind of electronic device without a user’s manual. Even though the customer service folks at T MObile almost laugh at you if you ask about a flip phone, I’d like to say, for the record, that the elderly population in this country is huge and my parents are not unique. A smart phone is not what many folks want. And for manufacturers, as well as cell phone companies, to offer little or no decent products for these folks is simply bad business.

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