It's 2007, people are communicating via mobile phones, emails, txt msgs and Skype; and we want things to be smaller, sleeker and easier to use, right?
Or..not. For the hefty price tag of around 160bucks AUS you can buy a telephone that looks just like an old rotary dial one from the old lady next door's house. Complete WITH a real rotary dial and rotary dial sound effects. Is there a caller ID function built in? How about a handsfree mode? Nahh. But.. if you wanna be true to the way trends are going and hit that retro side of yourself, have a mad conversation piece when friends come over, pretend you're needing the services of Batman and Robin or just wanting to take at least 10 seconds to dial for a pizza, this baby is yours.
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160 Bucks For Your Grandma's Phone
- By: PocketJan 4, 2007