What was the first cell phone you've ever had and how many have you had since? Do you keep old ones?
My first cell phone was Nokia model number 3315. Which i bought in the year 1999. Since then I have changed so many cell phones till now. I think around 15 cell phones till yet i have changed. Right now I have Blackberry Torch 3 and Dell Strike3. Yaa I keep my first Nokia cell phone because it was the first cell phone of my life.
My first was one of the old grey Nokias that had black and white snake. Idk the model number. After that I got a RAZR, then a PEBL, then a RIZR, then a CLIQ, now I currently have a Galaxy S Vibrant and I'm getting either the IPhone 4S or the MyTouch 4G Slide in a couple weeks. And he's. I still have them all.
Nokia 6100 ... got it in 2003 ... in total i've had 2 nokia's and 2 sony erricsons ... now an iphone. gave one of my sony erricson to a friend but i still have the rest of my phones.
It was LG back in 2003 . I have changed lot of phones after that and now the current one is Blackberry and i have never kept the old phones , sold them off and contributed the money for buying the new one's , haha
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