Not everyone wants the latest smartphone that will cost more than £600 - some of us want an easy-to-use basic mobile phone that lets you keep in touch with friends and family, with minimal fuss.
Simple mobile phones are generally easier to use than your average smartphone. But they're also smaller, and cramped keypads can make it hard to press the right buttons every time.
If you're someone who wants large and well-spaced number keys on your phone, we've selected three of the best simple mobile phones with big buttons. Read on to find out which make our carefully selected list.
A really good and inexpensive basic mobile phone. Its large buttons let you send texts and make calls with little fuss, and the battery life is pretty good too.Sign up to reveal
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Pricing, recommendations and test scores correct as of August 2020.
We only whole-heartedly recommend those simple mobile phones that sound as crystal clear as a home phone, and which have easy-to-use buttons that help prevent misdialing and clear screens that are comfortable to read.
Our tests include practical assessments by our ease-of-use specialists, and technical measurements to ensure that each simple mobile phone review answers all the key questions you might have. These include: