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What was the first mobile phone you ever bought? watch

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    I bought it three years ago. And I still use it.

    :adore: Motorola C117.
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    Sony Erricson T610.. when I was in year 7 so 6 years ago..

    http://www.sonyericsson.com/cws/file...ty_image_1.png hehe
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    Sagem MY X-3. Absolute minger.

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    (Original post by yoyo462001)
    This, was such a wicked phone in its time.
    Yeah. Everyone had them. Either that or the 3210.
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    (Original post by booraad)
    I bought the Nokia 3210



    I thought it was beautiful at the time!
    Same, it kicked ass, all about the hurdy-gurdy ring tone, and original Snake.
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    My mum had the one in the OP! I bought a Nokia 3410 like everyone else had at the time :P Before that though, my aunt gave me her amazingly brickish Phillips phone. It had an aerial. Need I say more?
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    Nokia 3310 I had about 15 covers for it too
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    (Original post by JayEm)
    This one back in 2001:


    I had the optional MP3 player attachment as well which made it an even bigger brick, lol.
    omg this was my first mobile as well. I used to think i was so cool cos like it was Lara Croft's fone in tomb raider :cool:
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    Nokia 402/5110/5146.

    It was free, I think. I was in year 6 and my PE teacher had the same phone. I felt so cool.
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    My first phone was a Nokia 8310 - I remember at the time it was awesome because it was so small (compared to the other bricks around). Ah, I loved that phone :love:
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    Nokia 3210. Great phone although slightly heavy
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    First phone: Philips Diga
    Network: Bt Cellnet

    It was I think 1998/1999. I feel like a dinosaur even though I'm not :cool:
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    I have never purchased a mobile phone. They have all been hand-me-downs. My first one could only text, not make calls, the second one had a broken screen, and the battery regularly falls out of my current phone :p:
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    I was given a nokia 3310. Everyone had one!

    I still maintain it's a very good phone :yep:
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    (Original post by didgeridoo12uk)
    samsung 1800

    same :five:
    6 years ago
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    Got it Christmas 1999, it was £48.
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    seimens A45 back in Year 5! :proud:

    Didn't get a new phone after that till year 10

    only just replaced that this year (i'm in year 13 now).


    I'm good with phones..
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    Motorola T191
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    Second hand Motorola V600.. and it's actually my current as well as first phone.

    Its case is metal.. :coma:
    http://www.mezonei.com/bigpic/20080719202951.jpg
    If I ever replace it, it must be a phone with a metal case.

    (Original post by sadie-kiki)
    and the memory held all of 10 texts before the inbox got full and it wouldn't receive any more :p:
    This is true with the Motorola V600 too, although depending on the length of the texts it can sometimes store up to 12, or as few as 9. If anyone sends me a text when it's full and I then empty it, I either don't get that text at all or I will get it a week later. However, the outbox will store around 50 texts.. I don't care about my outbox! Gimme inbox space!
    The camera is also a joke. It doesn't have a camera, lets just say that.
 
 
 
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