TTfone Jupiter 2 TT850 (O2 Pay as you go)

£20.82 £24.98

This product qualifies for VAT relief. What is VAT relief?

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  • 1. What is VAT Relief?
  • If you’re disabled or have a long-term illness, you will not be charged VAT on products designed or adapted for your own personal or domestic use, such as our TTfone mobile phones.
  • 2. Who is eligible?
  • Anyone who is disabled or has a long-term illness will not be charged VAT on products designed or adapted for your personal or domestic use. For VAT purposes you are disabled or have a long-term illness if you:
    • you have a physical or mental impairment that affects your ability to carry out everyday activities, for example blindness
    • you have a condition that’s treated as chronic sickness, like diabetes
    • you’re terminally ill
  • If you are purchasing goods & claim VAT relief on behalf of another person, we will require some personal information (of the individual you are buying for) at checkout. This can be self-declared by the purchaser or end user both online or over the phone by providing us with a specific medical condition.
  • 3. What do I need to do?
  • The Government requires that customers fill in a simple declaration setting out the nature of their disability and/or chronic or terminal illness.
  • At TTfone we do not require any proof of your disability or a doctor’s letter; however, you should remember that it is an offence to falsely claim that you or someone you are buying for is eligible for VAT relief. It is also an offence if you claim VAT relief for a business unless you are a registered charity.
  • 4. Is there anything else I need to know?
  • VAT relief is calculated in the checkout if you are purchasing a product that is eligible for VAT relief you will be asked to enter in your details, or the details of the person you are buying for. If you, or the person you are buying for, are not eligible for VAT relief under the HMRC guidelines, please skip this step and you will be charged for the full price.
  • Please note that shipping costs do not come under VAT relief, and the change in price will be taken from the individual items, not the overall cost of your basket.
  • For more information or to claim VAT Relief, contact one of our expert advisors now on 0330 333 0819

Sim Card Credit:
The credit will be added to your SIM card. Non Refundable.
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TTfone Jupiter 2 TT850 O2 Pay As You Go
Benefits of the TTfone Jupiter 2 TT850 O2 Pay As You Go

• Designed to be an easy to use mobile phone for the elderly
• Simple to use mobile interface
• Packed with features old people want on their mobile phone including an SOS emergency button
• Super-loud ringtones and vibration call alerts make Jupiter 2 an ideal mobile for the hard of hearing
• Great mobile for the partially sighted with clear, easy to read fonts, widescreen display and voice assistance
More information about the TTfone Jupiter 2 TT850 O2 Pay As You Go

Choosing a mobile phone for the elderly can be a minefield – do you pick a smartphone and try to teach them, or do you pick a simple mobile phone you know they will find easy to use? The Jupiter 2 is a great option, with features built in that make using a mobile for the partially sighted easy, and even our hearing-impaired customers tell us they think it’s a great mobile phone for the hard of hearing. We thought of as many things as we could that would make this an easy to use mobile phone, including the charger cradle that eliminates awkward cables, side unlock switch to prevent accidental pocket dials and fantastic battery life, and the result is one of the best mobile phones for the elderly in the UK.

We made the Jupiter 2 available with O2 Pay As You Go so that wherever you are in the country, there is almost certain to be excellent network coverage, and with pay as you go, there are no bills and no charges for what you don’t use – just purchase credit when you need it.

Key features of the TTfone Jupiter 2 TT850 mobile phone the elderly love
Easy to read, full colour 1.77” display Intuitive functional menu Programmable SOS panic button Hands-free speakerphone
Vibration call alert functions Bluetooth functionality Physical side unlock switch Dock charging system (included) Storage for 300 phonebook contacts
10 Speed dial numbers Built in torch function Talking numbers feature Long battery life: up to 5 hours talk time and 10-day standby time Dimensions: 112 x 51.5 x 13.7mm
Weight 71g

Other simple mobile phones the elderly love
TTfone Mercury 2 TT200
TTfone Comet TT100
TTfone TT110

  • UK Domestic delivery 3 to 5 working days
  • UK Express delivery 1 to 2 working days
  • Worldwide Standard delivery 5 to 10 working days
  • Free UK Delivery
  • UK Support Center
  • 5* Reviews

Key Features

  • Style
  • Dock Charger
  • Bluetooth
  • SOS Emergency Button
  • Camera
  • Big Button
  • Color Screen
  • Torch
  • Loud Volume
  • Clock
  • FM Radio

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I turn the phone off/on?

Power On: Press and hold the Red button for 3-5 seconds until you hear the start-up tune. Power Off: Press and hold the Red button for 3-5 seconds until the power-off animation begins.

How do I turn the volume of the ringtone up?

Go to Menu by pressing the up arrow key> Settings> Scroll down and press on Profiles>Normal then press Options>Settings, scroll down to Adjust Volume, then select Ringtone, adjust it with Up and Down arrow keys and press Done twice.

How do I turn the phone up so I can hear the person I'm talking to?

While listening to the other person speak, press the + side of the +/- button until the volume is comfortable. If it is too loud, press the - side of the button to reduce the volume.

The keypad is locked, how do I unlock it?

To unlock the phone: On the right side of the phone (to the side of the red button) you will see two switches. Slide the bottom switch up toward the top switch (flashlight) to unlock the keypad. Please note: When the keypad is locked, you can still answer incoming calls by pressing the green OK/Send button. To lock the phone: Slide the same switch down.

What is the SOS button on the back?

It’s a button that can be programmed to call whichever number or numbers you choose, so that everyone you want to be notified in case of emergency gets a phone call. The people on the other end of the line then can hear everything going on. It also activates a loud alarm to draw attention from bystanders so they can assist until help arrives. The SOS button will also send out emergency text messages to inform others of a problem. Please Note: If one of the emergency numbers has a voicemail system, the phone will assume that the call has been answered and will no longer call any more of the emergency numbers.

How do I access my voicemail?

To access your voicemail from your TTfone, press and hold the 1 button until you see the call connecting. Once the call is connected, follow the prompts. You might need to add voice mail number which will be provided by network provider.

Which languages are available for the menu?

English, French, Spanish, German and Italian

How do I set the time and date?

Go to Menu by pressing the up arrow key> Settings> Phone Settings>Date& Time>then press green button to “Set time and date”. Press Done. Scroll down to choose and set the format of the date and the time.

How do I switch off the talking buttons feature?

Go to Menu by pressing the up arrow key> Settings>Profiles> then scroll up or down to Normal and press Green Button for Options, then select Settings, scroll down to Other Alert Rings, select it with the Green Button, then scroll down to Dial Pad Tone, press the Green Button to edit the options and then choose either Tone, Click or Silent, and save with the Green Button.

What is the SOS button on the back?

It’s a button that can be programmed to call whichever number or numbers you choose, so that everyone you want to be notified in case of emergency gets a phone call. The people on the other end of the line then can hear everything going on. It also activates a loud alarm to draw attention from bystanders so they can assist until help arrives. The SOS button will also send out emergency text messages to inform others of a problem. Please Note: If one of the emergency numbers has a voicemail system, the phone will assume that the call has been answered and will no longer call any more of the emergency numbers.

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