Phones for people with disabilities such as poor grip

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We can help with alternative communication if you’ve got limited dexterity or poor grip

We can help if you’ve got limited dexterity or poor grip

To contact us directly using the Next Generation Text (NGT) service (this has replaced Text Relay) dial:

18001 07953 966 250

Phone features

Many types of mobile phones can help you keep in touch with your friends and family if you’ve got limited dexterity or poor grip. They have:


    voice calling – so you can avoid manual dialling


    hands-free loudspeaker – so you don't have to hold your phone during conversations


    lightweight casing – so it's easier to hold


    haptic feedback – when you press a key, the phone vibrates so you don't make a mistake when dialling


    vibrating alert – so you know when you're getting a call or message


    shock/water/dust resistant casing – to protect your phone in case you drop it

Choosing your phone

Go to our online shop or pop into your local EE store where our friendly staff can give you expert advice to make sure you get the right phone for you.

You can contact us:


    by post at:

    Customer Services
    6 Camberwell Way
    Tyne and Wear
    SR3 3XN


    in our online EE community 


    by popping into one of our stores

We appreciate you may need help in using some of those free methods and that help may not always be available.

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Last updated: 30/4/2018
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