AT&T's geezerphone, the Pantech Breeze, is designed with the elderly in mind. The Breeze has three big speed-dial buttons, simple menus, a loud speakerphone and large font. Now you can hear Gladys's mahjong story and read Morty's steamy text messages from anywhere in Del Boca Vista. A step up from the Jitterbug and the ClarityLife, other cellphones for the olds, it has a camera to snap pictures of your grandkids, or the carpet while you're figuring out how to make a call. The Breeze sells for $70 up front with a two-year contract, or $155 if you do pay-as-you-go, which is a good option if you don't know where you'll be three weeks from now. Bigger pics and press release after the jump. [AT&T]
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