people can buy this phone if they go to the webaddress
i used this mobile as a weapon and a fone on many occassions. brick.lol
can anyone tell me where to get a 2GB memory card for this phone?
does anyone want to trade my w900i for this?
wow....this phone brings back memories !
my first ever mobile phone back in 1996. bought it from PEOPLES PHONE in the UK-remember them...
this lasted me FOUR YEARS in the days before yearly upgrades and never went wrong.
i still have it in a box of old stuff but the battery is dead now.
what is really funny is that looking back , me and my mates were all 19 at the time and thought we were so cool with these phones - one mate had this phone finished off in WOOD ,and another mate had it finished off in CARBON FIBRE0 which was cool - not sure about the wood finish though !
why does this phne not hav bluetooth or gprs or 5 mega pixel camera
finally!! u dont have to throw the battery when depleted! this phone's battery CAN be recharged!! yes..yes..it comes with a recharger which u plug in the wall and voila! the battery recharges. well yes.
I bought the Nokia 2160 here in Buenos Aires in 1999.. which is very similar to this one here ..but.. it has a TDMA net.. so, no Sim cards or anything of the sort. I agree with everybody that this one is the most solid phone ever made. It can slip from your hands many many times without even having a scratch! I'd even bought it second-handed I remember meaning that it is 11 years old! I've passed it to my mum, who's using it nowadays and I hope it'll work for another 50 years which I reckon it's not such an impossible thing. I wish phones nowadays were as solid as this one.
i used to work in a phone retailer and I still have a "new" one in a closed box, i wont open becuz it wont work in any network today. ill keep it closed until the year 2070 lmao people will get surprised :P
does this phone work with nextel? because i can't use the walkie talkie function? and whats with the nice bluetooth?
This piece of tech-art is solid rock, I guess noki'os people should consider making their new "all-in-one" handhelds as solid as this. I met a guy who buyed a "supersonic" N90, but one day the thing fell from its hands hitting the floor and rolled out the room... You probably know what happened. Ąpoor guy!