Its a very good basic type of phone. I am using this mobile from since last 6 years without any problems
i am having 1 piece of nokia 1100 plz provide me the best price
of what you can give the i can give the photo also to the serious
buyers my email id is sufiyanrajwani @ gmail . com, +919998152560
Greatest phone ever seen in sri lanka. It has a stonge casing and easy to use. I'm using it for 8 years with no complain. I've only did changed the battary in last december. Great!!
Ashok Kumar ( B'Lore, 07 Mar 2009Hi once again NOKIA has came with an good and easy to use in which an ordinary person can go f... moreYa hi
i agree with u this is really
a goood phone that i ever have seen
Great phone.I`ll never part with my 1100.No need of telling about the merits because users know how good it is.
I don't really get how was this phone manufactured between 2000-2002 when it was announced in 2003? Ok, it could have been manufactured the year before, in 2002, but 2000 ??? That's just to weird to be truth. :S
I mean 7000$ wtf??
i ve been using this mobile since 2005, n still its been so awsomely working!!!!
This handset is amazing. Simple and easy to use. The built-in flash light is also useful for people in such countries that become dark after sunset. :)
Wooow this phone rocks!
Criminals are willing to pay thousands of euros for a discontinued Nokia mobile phone with a software problem that can be exploited to hack into online bank accounts, according to a fraud investigator in the Netherlands.
About 10 days ago, investigators observed someone transfer €25,000 (US$32,413) for a Nokia 1100 phone, said Frank Engelsman of Ultrascan Advanced Global Investigations. The candy-bar style phone is one of Nokia's all-time best-selling models, and originally sold for under €100.
Engelsman said police contacted Ultrascan about six months ago to see if the security company knew why the phones were in demand. Since then, Ultrascan has seen the price for the Nokia 1100 rise from around €5,000 to the latest figure.
"We thought 'What could be so special about the phone?'" Engelsman said.
The 1100 was a low-cost phone released in late 2003 and aimed at developing markets. Nokia has sold more than 200 million of the 1100 and its successors.
However, the high prices are only being paid for Nokia 1100 phones that were made in a factory in Bochum, Germany, Engelsman said, citing an Ultrascan informant. Those phones contain Nokia software from 2002 that is apparently vulnerable to tampering.