- One touch loud button to amplify receive audio by 10dB
- Extra loud ringer (up to 95dBA)
- 3 One-touch memory buttons
- 10 number quick dial memory
- Hearing aid and T-coil compatible
- Extra large high contrast buttons
- Alpha-numeric keypad
- Bright visual ring indicator
- Compatible with the nbn™ broadband access network
- Mute button
- Last number redial
- 12 month warranty
CARE95 Amplified Big Button Phone
Amplified Big Button Phone
The CARE95 Amplified Big Button Phone is not only a practical tool for the elderly user with its clear to read big button layout, but is also a useful aid for those with sight, hearing and dexterity related impairments.
It is an affordable and easy to use phone, and would be a great option for any design conscious corded phone buyer.
Key Features of this model include; three one touch memories, 10 number quick dial memories, ringer volume control, visual ring indicator, and extra loud ringer (ip to 95dBA).
WARNING: If connected via the NBN, this product may not be able to make calls during a power outage, please check with your service provider.
Q. Will I have to get a new phone handset if I connect to the nbn™ network?
A. All Oricom phones supplied for the past 10 years will work. Any other brand of phone should work over an NBN™ fixed line service unless it is a very old rotary dial or pulse dial-based phone.
Q. I will be switching to the nbn™ soon will Oricom phones work with the nbn™?
A. Yes, all Oricom corded and cordless phones will work when connected to the nbn™ Connection box.
Q. If power fails to my home and I am connected to the nbn™ will my Oricom cordless phone work?
A. If connected via the NBN, this product may not be able to make calls during a power outage, please check with your service provider.
Q. Will all existing phone sockets in my home work with the nbn™?
A. In most cases you will be able to plug a compatible existing phone handset or cordless base station directly into the NBN™ connection box (NTD) “UNI-V” phone port or an Analogue Telephone Adaptor provided by your phone service provider. Ask your preferred phone service provider which port to plug your devices into. Your phone may need a converter or a new cable if it has an old connector plug and your service provider will be able to confirm this. When the service provider technician has completed the installation, and reconnected your phones to the connection box, check that you telephone service is working correctly before he leaves your home.