Let’s Talk About Bag Phone

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When people see the bag phone for the first time, they might think that it might bee too bulky for a cellular phone. But for people who live in remote areas where there is weak cell phone signal, the bag phone is the practical choice. Here are a few reasons why:

Its large, well-lighted keypad makes it a breeze for the user to make calls, send text messages, browse web sites, or simply use the phone. Its 96 x 64 pixel screen also has an adjustable contrast and brightness options that you can custom to your liking. Aside from the two-way navigation pad and the bilingual settings (French and English), among the bag phone’s unique but well-liked features are the “Restrict my phone number” and “Show my ID on next call” features. These features are not to encourage prank calls but to provide privacy and anonymity for the user.

The two-way short messaging service has a built in T9 dictionary which is very easy to use, especially if sending text messages prove to be a learning curve for you. The phone also has a built-in calculator for last-minute expenses calculation, and the phone has a lot of settings that you can tweak. Among them are the screensavers and wallpapers you can set (just like with any other colored phones nowadays).

If you are tinkering with the phone for the first time and accidentally changed a setting, then the bag phone has a “Reset Phone” option to restore the factory settings of the mobile phone.

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