I just found this bad boy while I was helping my dad move. Brand new from 1996! I just threw my new toy phone away and started using a classic! It's awesome. People think it's a satellite phone ;] I was surprised you can still buy a battery or an antenna for it (in Poland). A company named FOOF makes 650 and 1100 nimh batteries for it, and i also found new antennas at some electronic store. Anyways, the phone rocks, gets great reception and decent battery life with a new battery. Stay oldschool :)
my first mobile phone, just looking at the picture brings back memories of the ninties.
This is a really nice cellphone, one of the best back in the 90's still it is a very reliable cellphone and really useful...even though the style and other features sucks, you still can send messages, receive it of course and call or receive incoming calls!very reliable i may say...I think this is the first ever cellphone of Nokia Company.
i'v had this phone for 100 years and still counting .i'd definitely recommend this for anybody that needs to buy a new phone.never had any problems wid it
it z good cell phone bc its is better than nothing..
nice mobile and thx u all nokia and be connected wid it :-)
Well, I have this phone with a good condition and fresh battery(new, buy 1 month ago). It's a good phones, with a good signal strengh. Currently I'm in Indonesia using Satelindo(indosat) post-paid Carrier
sm1, 23 Mar 2009it rockz!i'm buyin this!pffffffffff...this...mobile...is...the most worse that i see
i'm using this phone until now and damn!!! its the best phone in the world. =) i can use it while im taking a bath. best than iphone =)
as long you call or txt on your phone it doesnt matter whats ur phones model as long your connected to your loves its okay.. thanks nokia for all the cellphones that you invented.
Belugerin Johnny, 17 Jan 2009This looks like new telephone but have SMS. it is :)
This item is a classic.
Introduced more into cellular world - features and capability - than anything in its time.
The cellular networks were what they were on that time but it could cope with it fairly well, but that costed on battery life.
If I had one in good condition, I would put it in a safe for my grandchildren.
That retractable antenna, so many stories about broken ones :)