FMK helps consumers compare handsets for disabled

Wednesday 11 January 2012 | 17:20 CET | News
Austrian mobile lobby organisation FMK has integrated a new search engine on its website to help those with physical or sensory disabilities to find and compare mobile phones with special functions and features. The move is part of the organisation's 'Mobile Vision Austria' motto for 2012, which aims not only to improve everyday lift for older and disabled people through the use of mobile communications, but also to make mobile internet available to everyone. The search engine is based on the database of the Global Accessibility Reporting Initiative (GARI), an initiative launched by the

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Countries: Austria
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