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Do you carry any phones that are not smartphones?
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Tessah MacDowall

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Posted 5 years ago

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Sophia, Mobile Master

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Yes, they do, Tessah, not many pickings I'm afraid, only one currently. Check out this link: https://shop.koodomobile.com/koodo-ce...
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Are you sure you don't want a smartphone?There are lots of great affordable options! They're also fairly easy to use if that's why you want a non-smartphone. :)
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Is there a particular reason you don't want a Smartphone?
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John Lee

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What? Why don't you want a smartphone? All phones nowadays are smartphones, even if they are low tier.
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Im guessing you possibly dont want to have the data costs that can occur with a smartphone maybe? Well you can always get a smartphone and have data (internet) disconnected from koodo basically turning it into a non smartphone. Then you have the option if turning it into a smartphone when you want. Then you can use the internet over wifi if you want.

If its being worried about not understanding how to use a smartphone you can turn some smartphones (samsung Galaxy's) on "Easy Mode" in the settings and it will give you a very simple user experience thats very easy to learn and use for smartphone beginners. I think the Galaxy Ace 2x has this option in the settings menu, just ask the sakes person.
You can also download a few applications called launchers that will make a very simple user experience. One great ones "Big Launcher" and its available in the Google PlayStore.
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Could serve as an inexpensive emergency/spare phone.

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