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John’s Phone is the world’s simplest cell phone: you call, you hang up, and that’s it. John’s Phone is easy to use wherever you go.
It’s the no-contract cell phone you’ve been waiting for, without any frills or unnecessary features. It’s an unlocked cell phone with large keys, an address book, a pen and more than 3 weeks standby time. John’s Phone allows you to make and receive calls anywhere in the world.
It is simple and easy to use for people of all ages – at home, on holiday, while playing sports, and while travelling domestically or internationally.
oooh and I was so waiting for a phone to use when I'm playing sports
"sorry, i'll call you back- going in for a lay-up"
That might be a great idea, if people hadn't moved on from numbers–when was the last time you used an actual phone number for someone you call regularly from your mobile?
The type of people (outwith hipsters, obviously) who might be tempted by a phone like this, will likely just go for a 'real' phone from about 10 years ago. Cheaper & better.
The Nokia 6310i, for instance.
What's wrong with txt-messaging, anyway? That's essentially a modern telegraph message, and predates telephony by over a hundred years. THAT's practical.
If they hadn't come out with a fucking gold-plated version, I might believe this product was intended as something more than some neue-retro accessory.
*kicks sand, spits*
- I mean first paragraph in terms of interface - I assume this thing has number memory...detritus
- *also kicks sand, spits*sseo
- not to mention that the most popular phone world-wide is the nokia 1100 (http://gizmodo.com...mcmillions
- though that's obviously for the sake of its price...but still, pretty stupid to drop €80 for simplicitymcmillions
this could be a good burn phone
robbers are killing people to steal their black berries back home in venezuela... maybe everybody should get this phone back home... I love my iphone... but I can see some "type" of people getting into this.
These will do wonders for the international drug trade.