Great phone for People with a Disability
We purchased the KISA phone just over 2 years ago for our brother who has an intellectual disability. It has been a great way for him to contact family members when he wants to have a chat (we have 10 numbers registered), however anyone can call him. Only thing we've found is a few times he's accidentally called one of us when charging or picking up the phone as the buttons are easily pressed. On the whole it's been a great phone for him to use & a good way of being able to contact him
Purchased in January 2017.
Well thought out product
Brought this for my elderly dad, it's exactly what he needed to stay independent. Kisa have thought out some good features for seniors and it shows in how my dad picked it up so quickly. The only negative was the loudspeaker, it was such poor quality that the caller cannot be understood. But using the phone as normal the sound quality was good enough to hear with or without hearing aid. I purchased it outright with no ongoing fees which is probably the best way to go as there are a lot better mobile plans out there at the moment. A good feature...is the personal login to kisa where you can re program phone numbers or names anytime you like, plus the option to increase the button presses to 2 so that you can't accidentally call someone, which could easily be done if it was just 1 press dial.
Phones great but customer service leaves a lot to be desired.
Received the phone but could not dial out. Called customer service who said they would get back to me. I called back 30 hours later because they still hadn't called back. Initially they blamed telephone service, after lots of tooing and froing phone hadn't even been activated.
Phone's a great idea. Hope I don't require customer service again.
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Questions & Answers
Can you move the what's app icon from the front screen and put the phone book there instead
I bought the KISA Flip 3 for my mother. Its full of apps she will never use. The phone book is on the 2nd screen. Why would the most frequently used 'app' NOT be on the first screen when you open the phone?
You cannot move the apps or uninstall them.
NOT very senior friendly nor SIMPLE
how do I turn off the do not disturb function
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