The Brick 90s style Mobile phone replica which works as a modern Mobile  £9.95 on PAYG upgrade with Orange or T-mobile @ CPW
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The Brick 90s style Mobile phone replica which works as a modern Mobile £9.95 on PAYG upgrade with Orange or T-mobile @ CPW

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Found 12th Mar 2014
PAYG upgrade price on T Mobile or Orange is £9.95. You must have an active Sim from either of these to get this price. Otherwise costs £19.95, but you also have to buy £10 top up, so £30.
From the website:
The Brick is the ‘80s phone for the 21st century. Big, loud, no phone this new looks this retro. It’s got snake built-in, can take a SIM, or connect via Bluetooth to a modern smartphone.

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Banned

80's style not 90's

Original Poster

I never saw one of these in the 80s - no-one I knew had mobiles til the early 90s

Still a pointless waste of money either way.

Banned

The Brick is the ‘80s phone for the 21st century. Big, loud, no phone t … The Brick is the ‘80s phone for the 21st century. Big, loud, no phone this new looks this retro. It’s got snake built-in, can take a SIM, or connect via Bluetooth to a modern smartphone.



Thats the description from CPW site^^
Edited by: "Holly1985" 12th Mar 2014

Holly1985

Thats the description from CPW site^^



That's the quote from you^^
Edited by: "dawg" 12th Mar 2014

Original Poster

cdm22

Still a pointless waste of money either way.


You may as well post that comment on 90% of the deals on this site.

clemf

You may as well post that comment on 90% of the deals on this site.

i dare you

bouncy99

i dare you



Ha, I do that quite a lot already!

I think it's quite cool
http://i2.cdnds.net/13/42/618x900/brick-01.jpeg
Edited by: "EmmettDocBrown" 12th Mar 2014

The Motorola 8000 Series phones (on which these styling of this is based) were late 80's early 90's...both are right

I had a new 8900x on launch in 1990.
Edited by: "Uridium" 12th Mar 2014

Theft-proof. Heated!

I think it's fab !!

seems to be none left? couldn't add to basket.

For just shy of a tenner this is brilliant as a gift, i don't see why it's getting down voted to be honest, yes it's just a funny gimmicky type thing but it doesn't cost much more than a dummy phone for fancy dress might and it can even be used as a bluetooth handset thing like the ones which look like landline corded jobbies.
Ordering one now

cdm22

Still a pointless waste of money either way.



It's called "fun", look it up in the dictionary.......

Fun . Get it? I do .

Original Poster

You do wonder when someone actually has to look fun up in a dictionary.

why????

Is this an ios or android?
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