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Use this section to search for telecommunication devices and accessories, based on the following attributes:

  1. Type of Device: Choose from Landlines, mobile phones, accessories and other options, or leave blank to search all.
  2. Accessibility Needs: Select the product features that might be particularly useful to you, or leave blank to search all.
If you want to search on a type of need i.e. Cognitive; Hearing, click on the 'Select All' check box on the left hand side of each feature grouping


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Access Needs
Select AllCognitive
Assistance InstructionsWhen you need to provide input (e.g. when setting up the phone or when it asks you a question), extra helpful instructions are provided, explaining what you need to do.
Cognition AccessoryCognition accessory.
Copy and PasteDoes the device support a copy and paste functionality for text entry?
GPS CapabilityThe device has Global Positioning System (GPS) capability.
No Screen TimeoutWhen the phone displays an alert or a question that requires you to give an answer, e.g. by clicking a 'Yes' or 'No' button or by typing in your PIN number, it will wait for your response. This can be helpful for people who find it difficult to decide what to answer or to enter the answer quickly.
Photo Associated Telephone BookYou can add photos of people next to their numbers in your contact list (a personal 'telephone book' you create in the phone).
Simple InstructionsInstructions and messages that are displayed on screen use simple language.
Simple RemindersAll text alerts and other reminders that are displayed on the screen use simple, easy to understand language.
Simplify DisplayAllows you to disable or conceal unneeded features/programs or icons.
Voice NotesAllows you to record, save and play back a short voice reminder.
Select AllHearing
Adjustable Maximum Volume ControlAllows you to change the default volume control limit.
Allows for sign language communicationDoes the device screen support at least 20 frames per second? (minimum for quality sign language communication)
Device Coupling - Bluetooth/WLANAllows customised devices to work with the phone. Device can be connected to the phone by using Bluetooth/wireless LAN (radio signals which travel through the air and may also be able to pass through walls or other solid objects).
Front Facing CameraAllows the front facing camera to be used in signing or two-way video conferencing.
Hearing AccessoryHearing accessory.
Hearing Aid or "HAC" Setting?The device has a user setting designed to reduce issues related to interference buzzing for hearing aid users in telecoil mode. Does not guarantee total clarity.
Hearing Aid T-coil CouplingThe device is able to connect with a sufficiently immune hearing aid in "Telecoil mode" without significant interference buzzing noise. Does not guarantee total clarity.
Messaging Options - Text Messaging/SMSYou can send and receive text messages.
Real-time-text capabilityThe device supports real-time-text (RTT) capability provided that the network it is operating on also supports RTT.
Ringer Volume AdjustableYou can adjust the ringing volume to make it louder or quieter.
Supports Closed Captioning for Web Video or StreamingDevice is capable of displaying closed captioning that is included in a video or video stream.
Text phone/TTY compatibilityThis product is compatible with the Text phone/TTY for the deaf.
Two-way Video CommunicationsAllows you to make video calls in which you can see the other person and they can see you using your wireless LAN or Mobile network.
Visual Alerts - Electronic MessageWhen a text, e-mail or IM comes in, it displays a visual alert to indicate it has been received.
Visual Alerts - Incoming CallsWhen a call comes in, it displays a visual alert, such as the caller's name or photo if it is stored in your contact list.
Visual indicators on Display - NetworkThe display shows what type of network you are connected to (e.g. 3G/LTE or WiFi).
Select AllVision
Adjustable Font - SizeYou can make the text on the display larger or smaller to make it easier to read.
Adjustable Font - StyleYou can change the font (typeface) used for the text on the display, which may make it easier to read.
Audible Cues - BatteryMakes sounds to tell you when the battery is running out or when it is recharging.
Braille Display SupportDoes the device support a braille display?
Display Characteristics - Adjustable Brightness ControlYou can adjust the contrast of the display to make text and symbols easier to see against the background.
Display Characteristics - Colour DifferentiationThe information presented on the display does not rely on colour perception for understanding (e.g. you do not have to be able to distinguish red symbols from green symbols).
Haptic FeedbackThe device supports a tactile feedback system which uses different forces and vibrations to let the user know that a function has been carried out.
High Contrast ModeThe phone comes with at least one high contrast mode.
Personal Assistant / Voice ControlThe device provides a personal assistant that can help the user carry out functions on the device (e.g. writing and sending texts, placing phone calls, scheduling events, posting social media updates, searching and surfing the internet, accessing different applications etc.).
Screen MagnifierDoes the screen magnifier enlarge all views, including the web?
Screen ReaderA mode in which onscreen information is made available via text to speech and the device is operable without vision.
Speech-to-Text / DictationThe device converts what the user says (punctuation included) into text.
Standard Number Key LayoutThe number keys are laid out in the standard way with 1 2 3 at the top and * 0 # at the bottom.
Tactile Key Marker - '5'The number '5' key has a raised dot or bump on it so you can distinguish it by touch.
Vision AccessoryVision accessory.
Voiced MenusSpeaks the menu options, allowing you to access functions even if you cannot read the display.
Select AllSpeech
Allows for sign language communicationDoes the device screen support at least 20 frames per second? (minimum for quality sign language communication)
Messaging Options - EmailWhether email is supported.
Messaging Options - IMYou can send and receive 'instant messenger' (IM) messages.
Messaging Options - MMSYou can send and receive multimedia messages, which can include photographs, audio and video clips.
Messaging Options - Predictive TextHelps you write text messages more quickly by predicting words from the first few letters you type.
Messaging Options - Text Messaging/SMSYou can send and receive text messages.
SMS Personalisation and ReuseAllows you to create standard text messages that you can quickly send to anyone without having to retype them each time. For example, "I'm in a meeting, I'll call you back".
Speech AccessorySpeech accessory.
Select AllPhysical
Automatic AnswerYou can set it to answer all calls automatically without you having to do anything.
Automatic RedialYou can set it to automatically redial if the number you called is busy or unavailable.
Device Coupling - Bluetooth/WLANAllows customised devices to work with the phone. Device can be connected to the phone by using Bluetooth/wireless LAN (radio signals which travel through the air and may also be able to pass through walls or other solid objects).
Easy to Press KeysKeys on the keypad are easy to press.
Flat Back for Table Top OperationHas a flat back, so it can be used while it is lying on a table.
Guarded/Recessed KeysIndividual keys are recessed or guarded in some way to reduce the chance that you will press the wrong key.
Headset - plug connectedYou can plug in a headset containing headphones and a microphone. This allows you to answer calls, listen, and talk without holding the phone. This can mean better call quality for some people and is useful if you have trouble holding a phone.
Lanyard Pin for key ring or Lanyard StrapHas a small bar allowing a key ring or neck strap (lanyard) to be attached.
Personal Assistant / Voice ControlThe device provides a personal assistant that can help the user carry out functions on the device (e.g. writing and sending texts, placing phone calls, scheduling events, posting social media updates, searching and surfing the internet, accessing different applications etc.).
Physical AccessoryPhysical accessory.
Predictive Text InputHelps you write text messages more quickly by predicting words from the first few letters you type.
Speaker-phone capableHands free operation during dialling and after the call has been initiated.
Speech-to-Text / DictationThe device converts what the user says (punctuation included) into text.
Stylus or Prosthetic Device supportDo buttons and screen respond to a prosthetic device, pointing device or stylus? A prosthetic device is an artificial device that serves as a replacement for a body part.
Voice Recognition for Accessing FeaturesAllows you to activate features by speaking commands into the phone, reducing the need to use the keypad.
Voice Recognition for DiallingAllows you to dial a number by speaking the person's name, if it is stored in your contact list (a personal 'telephone book' you create in your phone).





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