Consumer Cellular has added a new phone to its lineup, and just like all the other handsets it offers, this is a low-end featurephone. However, the Motorola WX345 makes up for it not being a smartphone or having many features with its pricing, as it’s free (with a $35 activation fee).
And thanks to Consumer Cellular’s flexible contracts, that ‘free’ does not come tied to the usual requirement that you sign a two-year contract.
The Motorola WX345 is a flip phone and it has large and easy to use keys, a speakerphone, a camera, an MP3 player, FM radio, Bluetooth, and it comes with hearing aid compatibility. That gives you an idea of who it’s targeted at: people who use a phone primarily for talking, the elderly perhaps as well.
If you want to get this phone, or maybe gift it to someone you know, head on over to Consumer Cellular to complete the process.
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