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I have cerebral palsy which affects my fine motor control as such is difficult to use a touchscreen mobile phone without extensive practice, trying different keyboard layouts provided on the Android market etc.
I am looking to move to using a touchscreen phone as I'd rather not discount myself and I realise that technology is moving in this direction, as a MSc graduate in Computer Science myself I wrote a dissertation based on the difficulty I have!
My question is this: is there any way of getting mobile providers to offer a return to base warranty so as to provide me with a practice period, and in the event the use of such a device proves too difficult, I could return the device and terminate any contract for a full refund.
The only way I can personally think of doing this is to buy the phone online and use the Distance Selling Rules to return the phone with two weeks? But ideally I'd need a month to 90 days if possible, but the phones aren't able to provide this from experience.
Hope the above scenario makes sense. Any advice would be greatly appreciate. This must be a common problem surely?