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Fisher-Price Smart Phone

It looks and sounds like a real smart phone, but it's a lot more fun! And this phone actually helps kids learn important phone numbers that you program in. Then Gabby, an interactive phone friend, will help your child learn those numbers, along with the alphabet, counting and more! Kids can enjoy interactive games, music, ring tones and sounds. And they can call neighborhood helpers like a police officer, firefighter, and pizza maker. Color-changing screen and number pad add to the fun.

  • Recommended Ages: 2 years - 6 years

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Fisher-Price Smart Phone

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(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)


Ok product

By G1ggls

from Dover, DE

Verified Buyer


  • Bright display
  • Teaches important numbers


  • Volume is extremely low

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    Comments about Smart Phone:

    My daughter enjoys playing with this phone, as it talks back to her. I like the fact that she can learn important phone numbers with this phone. That said, the volume is very low and when you program phone numbers, you can't choose mommy or daddy, so I had to choose cell and work to input our phone numbers. Despite these drawbacks, I believe this was still a good buy. Just take these facts into consideration prior to purchase.

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