Nokia phone gives me all I need

Computer Active (UK) - - Letters -

It doesn’t sur­prise me that Nokia’s new retro 3310 phone (pic­tured) sold out so quickly (News, Is­sue 503, page 6). I’ve tried to get to grips with iphones, and other ex­pen­sive giz­mos, but they just of­fer me lots of things I don’t need. When I’m out and about I have no de­sire to stare at my phone con­stant­lyntly – it’s one of the habit­sts of modern life that I find most dis­agree­able.le. If I want to go on­line,, I wait un­til I come homeme and use my PC. All I need from a phone is some­thing that lets me send texts and pho­tos, and make calls. The Nokia seems to fit that bill. I’m sure I’m not alone.

Joyce Field­ing

CA says We agree with Joyce that there will be many peo­ple in­ter­ested in buy­ing the new Nokia 3310 be­cause not ev­ery­one needs an ex­pen­sive iphone. How­ever, as we reveal in our re­view on page 23, it’s just not very good. Even at £49.99 it feels like a rip-off, be­cause there are much cheaper, bet­ter ‘ba­sic’ phones.

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