still use it, love it, dropped it in the water twice, still works, looking for a new car charger for it
Luke, 23 Apr 2018I am thinking to buy a Nokia 1100 (used) again. Is it a bad idea? Of course I would be usin... moreThe 1100 is worse (in feature spec) than the 105 but if you just want it just for calling and texting, it's not bad at all for that purpose. I'm not so sure the 1100 has a backlight, so you might have to watch out for that.
gayan, 26 Apr 2018sure. buy it .my 1100 phone purchased in 2005. still use time by time.Thanks for the input. By the way, where are you from Gayan?
Anonymous, 27 Apr 2018me too. I don't like smart phone. did you know there is an option in 1100 that there is not in... moreOf course but unfortunately new Nokia feature phones do not have thay function anymore.
Luke, 23 Apr 2018I am thinking to buy a Nokia 1100 (used) again. Is it a bad idea? Of course I would be usin... moreme too. I don't like smart phone. did you know there is an option in 1100 that there is not in smart phone? You can schedule the sending of a message
I am thinking to buy a Nokia 1100 (used) again. Is it a bad idea?
Of course I would be using this cell for just for calls and texts. I do own a 105 though but I am not happy with that handset.
I had one and it got wet from the washing machine XD, I dried it with a hair blower and it worked normally again.
I used it, my mom used it and later my dad uses it. Uses it for almost 10 yrs.
Momo, 27 Nov 2017How to use, the items is not working and sim network is not catch. So if can advice me.Check with your network provider. Perhaps they stopped broadcasting 2G signals band.
Yes! My Nokia 1100 works in NZ!
Or at least it did in the past...
How to use, the items is not working and sim network is not catch. So if can advice me.
love my nokia 1100. Bu does anyone know the no. of bands it has. ie I bought in uk, can I use in new zealand? thanks
Outstanding, I bought one of these when they first came out (cost me one penny - network offer), and it's still going, three new batteries later.
The monochrome screen stays visible as long as the phone is switched on, only the backlight turns off, so you don't need to pick it up to check if you missed anything - a quick glance will suffice !
The 1100 doesn't require you to lug around a charger (or "portable charge pak"), because unlike most modern phones, it'll keep going for two weeks between charges, rather than a day. Progress is only progress if it works in your favour, eh ? ;-)
It's a phone, and only a phone - just as it should be !! Leave all the other notifications, emails etc. on your PC, where they belong...
Interestingly, this phone was, at the time, the highest selling electronic device ever !
My sister used this phone for 4 years. When it was handed to me, I can tell people I have a new phone just by changing the case. Then I used it for 2 years. I miss those times when I can customize the cellphone cases! And updates weren't a big deal! What matters to me most is playing snake! Hahaha!