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Oricom CARE80

Oricom CARE80

5.0 from 1 review

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Lisa

LisaMelbourne

Very easy for my elderly aunt to use

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This is a great product. You can pre program phone numbers (and insert photos) of people you call often into the six large buttons at top of phone. So easy for elderly, or people with diminished sight, to use. I required assistance from customer support today and they were extremely helpful.

Date PurchasedApr 2018
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Oricom
Oricom SupportOricom

Hi Lisa, thanks for the review. We were glad to hear that you have had a good experience with the Care80 and with Oricom Support and we appreciate you taking the time to let others know. All the best, Oricom.

Questions & Answers

Donna Schupfer

Donna Schupferasked

Hi, mum’s phone seems to be on do not disturb - she can ring me, but I can’t ring her, it goes straight to message bank. How do I turn it off?

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Oricom
Oricom SupportOricom

Hi Donna, thanks for the message. For this one, could you please give our locally based Oricom Support a call on 1300 889 785 Mon-Fri 8am-6pm AEST, as the team will be able to assist you in this. All the best, Oricom.


Rachel M.

Rachel M.asked

Are any of the phones suitable for the elderly able to connect via wifi G3 or G4?

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Oricom
Oricom SupportOricom

Hi Rachel, the phones are NBN compatible, but do not utilise the cellular network. All the best, Oricom.

Rachel M.
Rachel M.

That is disappointing. There appear to be few option for elderly people in residential care who are not able to connect to a landline and adre unable to use mobile phones and tablets. We have to do better than this. SIM card home phones are needed.


Mike S.

Mike S.asked

We have an care80 phone which had several numbers stored in memory. We want to remove all numbers from memory before donating to an oppshop. The phone was unplugged for 2 weeks and still had the numbers.

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Oricom
Oricom SupportOricom

Hi Mike, thanks for the message. Unfortunately you cannot delete the numbers, you will instead need to overwrite them.

Storing One-touch Memories
1. Lift the handset.
2. Press STORE button.
3. Enter the telephone number to be stored (up to 22 digits). Press STORE button.
4. Press either M1-M6 to store the number

All the best, Oricom


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