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VIENNA, VA, May 22nd, 2019 – RAZ Mobility (, a provider of mobile assistive technology, is announcing the launch of the Lucia phone.  Lucia is an easy-to-use basic mobile phone specifically designed to address the unique needs of people who are blind, low vision or hard of hearing.  Someone who is completely blind can use Lucia just as fully and effectively as someone who is sighted.  

According to the National Center for Health Statistics, approximately 9 percent of adults in the United States have difficulty seeing even with glasses or contact lenses.  Among adults over 85 years of age, that number increases to 23.5 percent.  And the National Institutes of Health reports that approximately 15 percent of American adults have at least some trouble hearing.  Lucia has been engineered from the ground up to help these underserved populations.  

“Lucia is a fully accessible mobile phone with unique features such as large tactile buttons in different colors and shapes, a voice guide to inform the user of what is on the screen and what buttons have been pressed, ergonomic design and a SOS button,” said Robert Felgar, CEO of RAZ Mobility. “These features offer individuals with vision loss the ability to access every function of the phone with unparalleled ease.  Lucia is perfect for seniors, such as blind veterans, and others who want accessibility combined with simplicity.”  RAZ Mobility has partnered with the Swiss Lucia phone manufacturer to offer this exceptional solution in the United States, Canada and Mexico. 

The phone’s voice guide is available in English, Spanish and more than ten other languages so that it can be enjoyed by English and non-English speakers alike.  It also has a large, high-contrast display with enlarged text, as well as the option to amplify the audio with the press of a button.  Lucia is an unlocked 3G mobile phone and confirmed to work on U.S. carriers such as AT&T, T-Mobile, and compatible GSM networks such as Cricket Wireless, Red Pocket Mobile, Straight Talk and Metro by T-Mobile.  An unlocked 4G phone will be available in the future.

Nermin Selimic, COO at RAZ Mobility said, “As a provider of advanced mobile assistive technology we realized that there was no easy-to-use mobile phone available for individuals who are blind or low vision.  In its 2018 report to Congress on accessibility, the Federal Communications Commission similarly concluded that there has been ‘little, if any, progress’ with respect to the ‘accessibility of non-smartphones.’  The Lucia phone is designed to fill this gap.  In addition to consumers, many mobile providers worldwide have expressed interest in offering an accessible basic mobile phone to their customers.”

RAZ Mobility is the exclusive distributor for the United States and Canada, and is offering the phone to consumers, State government agencies, Blind Rehabilitation Centers and other medical centers of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, other government agencies, wireless providers, non-profit organizations and for-profit companies.

The Lucia phone can now be ordered at 

About RAZ Mobility

RAZ Mobility offers unique and cutting-edge mobile assistive technology solutions for people with disabilities.  These solutions take the form of mobile applications, mobile devices or software bundled with mobile devices.

RAZ Mobility views itself as an agent for change, dedicated to ensuring that its customers benefit from the dramatic progress and evolution in mobile technology.  RAZ Mobility searches all over the world for unique, cutting edge solutions and transformative technology, especially solutions that represent significant progress and change in the nature of assistive technology. 

RAZ Mobility offers its solutions to State Equipment Distribution programs, other government agencies, senior and assisted living providers, schools, non-profit organizations and for-profit companies and consumers. Learn more about RAZ Mobility at

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