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SOS Phone offers peace of mind

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Now more than ever, peace of mind and security have become of utmost importance to us. In today's world we are dealing with issues like the uncertainty of future terrorism, rising crime and auto theft, and urban street gangs; and this is only a small sample of situations that can threaten our safety and security. But, today we also have mobile security devices that we can take with us wherever we go. Cellular phones are everywhere now, and it seems that almost everyone has one. The problem is that many of these phones are complicated and expensive to use, requiring minimum usage plans that bundle up a lot of minutes and features that you really don't need. Just the other day, I was looking for a phone for my great-aunt and came across the SOS Phone. It's a cellular phone designed primarily for emergency use and with the senior citizen in mind. It offers significant savings over the traditional cellular plans. You pay a lower monthly service fee for the entire time you are a customer -- not just a teaser rate -- no taxes on service or usage, and you only pay for the minutes that you use. With the touch of a button, the SOS Phone will connect my great-aunt to her emergency roadside service provider, 911, or to a 24-hour, live SOS operator who can direct her call to anyone in the United States. If she ever needs help, we both know it's only a phone call away. Since I am programmed into her frequently-called number list all she needs to do when she hears the SOS operator greet her by name is to say my name and we are connected. It's as simple as that. The feature that we love most about the SOS Phone is that a live person answers her calls and personally greets her by name. The SOS operator is reachable 24 hours a day, every day of the year. This is the easiest cellular phone to use on the market today. I am so glad that I bought one for my aunt. Now we can both have peace of mind.


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