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    Mobile phone

    I'm probably one of the few people who have never owned a mobile phone. However, I think it's probably a good idea that I have one for emergency purposes. I was just wondering what you would recommend for a C5/6 tetraplegic with no finger movements at all. They've been advertising someplace operated phones on the television, I'm not sure if they would be suitable or not.

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    As a c5 I find that touch screen phones are the easiest to use because they don't require much force to push a button, I have an iPhone and love it.
    C5 as of 6-13- 2010

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    Never had one either. One with a case that has a string loop on it would help.
    C 5/6 Comp.
    No Tri's or hand function.

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