it was a great phone, I bought one in 2000, 3 years after his release.He served me 4 years and he did a hell of a job...I'm not kiddin.I still have him , but it's not working, I'm keeping just because he was a small part in a generation when mobile phones were just phones not stupid gadgets like now days.
My first ever mobile phone, which I still think about with fondness.
It did what it said on the tin - phoned and texted. Never crashed or locked up like a modern phone - was an absolute brick (in the best way possible)
Still have it in a box somewhere and still remember its phone number! Yeah, I know I'm sad!
My very first cell phone. I was just 12 years old when i got this phone (1998), really loved this phone, simple yet effective, used it for just over 4 years, never had a problem with it, still have it boxed up somewhere. 10/10
my first cell phone...i remember my first moments of owning this cell phone, with happiness, smile and nostalgy... unforgetable moments...nothing else...thanks a lot...
It's trully the very first definition of a moblie, only messaging and calling, not even a game is there.I think with all the new technology coming in few years it's gonna earn a spot in some museums in developed countries
OK, I got this phone as a gift for applying for a Barclaycard when I was a University Student. My friend applied for one too & she told me not to register it immediately as Barclaycard send you out a 2nd one! So this is what we both did. I gave one to my son and kept one for myself. It was on BT Cellnet (they were later taken over by 02) on a very expensive tariff called "Easylife" which worked out at about 50p per minute to make a call to any UK network or UK landline. When you got it via Barclaycard, you could only top up with your Barclaycard at a minimum of £20 a time, vouchers from the shops would not work, even proper 'easylife' vouchers. Let's face it, it was definitely a "brick" but I was quite proud that I actually had a mobile!This was an expensive phone to run and the top-ups were hefty. Nowadays I'm with the Virgin Mobile network and top-ups on Pay As You Go are from as little as £5.
My first phone, gave it to my parents when I got a new one. After many years of service it earned a spot on a toilet where it's been nailed on the wall!:D
my second fhone, i dont noo anything more about it. It was for that time very simple with less Features.
What a sad and nasty stunt for o2 to pull on people!
My gran uses one of these phones as its the only one she finds easy to use, and its on o2.
I work in the mobile retail industry and all i can say is that this is yet another way of o2 upgrading (swiping money)!
Now that the DIGA phones cannot be used in UK, what is the best way for the environment of disposing of them?
Will the battery chargers be of any use for any other device?
This Phone will stop working on the 30th of may 2006,so thats very soon! Iv'e been advised that you can go to an O2 shop and find out if you are entitled to an upgrade.So dont be suprised when it doesnt work any more,i hope thats been a help to you.I own one of these mobiles and overall its a bit of a bric and its very old fashioned.If all you want is a device which allows you to communicate with someone far away then this phone is perfect for you!
I bought my Philips diga second hand in 1997 and i'm still using it! The phone has been used continously night and day since then! I have two batteries, one is now loosing power but the other is still going strong.Any one better?
This is a classic, if you have ever had one of these fall out of your pocket under the wheels of a moving taxi and still work you will know what i am talking about.
this was my first phone when i was 12, i was soooo cool because i had a mobile phone before everyone else. the aeriel broke off it eventually and it fell apart. legendary phone tho. quality.
My first phone when i was about 13, everyone had one they where good at the time but very big
my first ever phone, and i believe one of the first pay as you go phones in the uk on cellnet... i didnt have the yellow attachment...it was big, bold and i loved it...
This was my first phone ever! got it in 2001 off my nan for my 11th birthday brand new as she didnt use it...but its a crappy phone! its big I took it to school a couple of times and everyone hated it so a month after I upgraded to nokia 5110 and 5110s r still the best. I just bought one off ebay as a backup incase my 3200 died.
My mum has only just swapped this phone for a nokia 3410, and she still insists there is nothing up with it!!! it's so old that the sim card looks more like a credit card, and amazingly it still works, apart from the txting function