[nabs-l] cell phone question

Haben Girma habnkid at aol.com
Sat Jun 13 08:08:00 UTC 2009


Hi David,

The Nokia E71X is one of the phones AT&T will offer with their discount 
rate of Mobile Speak. I seem to remember hearing, though, that the 
version of Mobile Speak AT&T offers is not the "full" version but some 
simpler version. I'm not completely sure about this. Also, starting June 
19th an accessible iPhone will be available for purchase. The iPhone has 
a built-in screen reader and magnifier, so your friend wouldn't have to 
pay extra for a separate screen reader like Mobile Speak. However, 
depending on which phone your friend buys, another AT&T phone and their 
cheap Mobile Speak might cost less or more than the iPhone (with 
contracts).

best of luck,
Haben

David Dunphy wrote:
> Hi There!
> I have a friend who is lookiong to switch to AT&T. I've heard there are some phones where you can get Mobile Speak for like 89 dollars.
> Does anyone know what models these are, and if they'll install MobileSpeak for you, or if you have to do that? Interested how the activation of the mobile speak license works too.
> Hope someone can help.
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