Q. What was your first mobile/cell phone?
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What was your first mobile/cell phone?

My first cell phone was “ Nokia 1100”. Solid, Robust, reliable with great sense of using the technology for the first time.


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  • oladare

    Nokia 1100 in white colour, Keypad phone.

    Long Battery Life,
    Powerful Vibration
    Loud Volume.

    A very good quality phone.


       

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  • cryptodad

    Samsung S6 … damn i am old :(


       

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  • kiaazad

    I had a samsong and nokia that I can’t remember the model, the first one I bought after considering it’s functionalities and new was a sony K750, I used that phone for five years before it battery gave up and I gave it to my brother to use.


       

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  • kirti

    LAVA KKT32

    AND I AM STILL FINDING THIS PHONE ANYWHERE IF I CAN BUY, I MISS THIS PHONE SO MUCH


       

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  • pearljam

    Nokia 1100 in white colour, Keypad phone.

    Long Battery Life,
    Powerful Vibration
    Loud Volume.

    A very good quality phone.


       

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  • erik

    I don’t remeber exactly which model was but it was similar like this “Alcatel OT Gum db” maybe even this one. Second was much better Siemens S35i.


       

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