The following features that may make Sprint phones easier to use for customers with mobility limitations:
Automatic answer – phone automatically answers in a certain number of rings.
Call Answer – many phones can be programmed to answer by hitting any key on the keypad or by flipping open a clamshell style phone.
Automatic redial – enables user to press one key to redial a telephone number.
One-touch dialing – enables users to press one button to dial a telephone number from the pre-programmed phone book.
Speaker phone – A Sprint customer using a speaker phone doesn't have to hold the phone while talking, and can place it on a nearby surface.
Voice dialing – some phones enable a person to use their voice to dial outgoing telephone calls.
Voice recognition for menu selection – some phones allow a person to use their voice to activate select menu items.
Tabs / indents – most Sprint clamshell or flip style phones have tabs or indentations on each side of the phone to make them easier to open.
Non-slip keys and controls – some phones keys and controls have non-slip surfaces so they are easier to press.
Easy tabletop operation – many phones have a flat back so that the user can place it on a flat surface for easier operation.
No-slip grips – some phones have textured sides or grips on the sides of the handset to make it easier to hold.
Hands-free operation – many phones are compatible with a hands-free kit, headset or ear bud.
Data functions support – some phones support multiple data applications (e.g., fax, e-mail, text and multimedia messaging).
QWERTY keyboards – some phones have QWERTY keyboards with tactile menu and search keys.