The user manages with an ordinary mobile phone. He glued Velcro to the back so that it does not slide away. He holds the telephone in his hand and uses his mouth and tongue to enter the number.
The user’s fingers are somewhat stiff in a bent position, which allows him to hold the telephone; this works well for him. Sometimes it can take a little time to pick up the telephone. In the past he had an earpiece and a cord. The cord was always in the way.
The user prefers the older mobile phones, which have larger buttons than many of the new models.
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This tip is from 2007