nokia's new phone.

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  1. codeman583

    codeman583
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    Nokia has finally designed a cell phone for nervous people who need to make a cell phone call while in Jacksonville, East Saint Louis, New Orleans, Phoenix, Memphis, South Chicago, South Dallas, Houston, L.A., Miami Detroit, Washington, D.C., parts of New York City, Buffalo, Oakland, Philadelphia, and parts of Atlanta & Baltimore
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  2. krawl

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    And here I thought this could be about the N900 and not a picture from the early 90's. shame.
     
  3. BillM

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    Come on now---let's not exaggerate quite so much. Yes it's an old
    picture, but it's NOT early 90's.

    That's a 3rd generation G23---they weren't made in the early 90's.:winkkiss:
     
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    I have one of those!!! :laugh:

    I just love the ring tone and the redial feature. :thumbup:

    Oops, mine doesn't have a phone built into it. :)
     
  5. codeman583

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    hadnt seen it in a while... had to revive it.
     
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    Does that have the hands free option?
     
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    No, but it has call waiting and caller ID. :)
     
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    BANG BANG BANG (pause) "Can you hear me now?" :)
     
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