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Argent11

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One of your old cell phones. See if you still remember how to operate it.
I failed this, I kept tapping the screen. Primitive.
 

NOYDB

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My first cell phone was a Motorola "Brick". It wasn't difficult to operate, there were no apps or features beyond making calls. All I would have to do is know what number I needed to call. And have room for it on a belt. It was huge.
 
My first cell phone was a Motorola "Brick". It wasn't difficult to operate, there were no apps or features beyond making calls. All I would have to do is know what number I needed to call. And have room for it on a belt. It was huge.
And those things almost picked up as good as a sattelite phone. @ $1.69 a minute
 

specialk

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had one car mounted in a town car back in late 80's early 90's.....big box mounted under the seat and hand set sat in a cradle on the ''hump'' in the floor.....i think pactel was the first company i used then they became airtouch.....had a beeper too!.....finally got a slimmed down version of ''the brick'' later on.....used it for years......
 
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