Nokia 3310 is dead. When just few years ago. Let us rewind a bit, if this time were to be 2000, well, it would be the most cherished item owned by that business tycoon. Introducing mobile service into the public sphere is Nokia 3310 alias ‘pure water’.
Funeral for the phone
Enjoyed basically on its strength and durability. And well, this seemingly useless phone now would have been bought at an exorbitant amount of N40,000 in 1999. Plus a shocking price of MTN Simcard, you were bound to wonder you would never own a mobile phone till the end of century. Could it be the case? It was. You had to go to your uncle who had the mobile phone in the family to speak to a relative living far away
Nobody wants you now Mr, Nokia 3310
Yes, you have always wanted to save yourself from the stress of using the screeching lawn phone. Anyway, if that is even available at all this day, I know you won’t want to have one in a world where we have mart of digital phones with eclectic features and performance.
Could this be end of story for the most common phone in Nigeria? It is. And for many more mobile innovations these days, requiem could be on the way for iPhone 6 by 2050. Nobody wants to live in Stone Age of course.
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