On this page you will find Nokia phones. These phones are mostly analogue, so cannot be used. For a history of Nokia see Wikipedia . Nokia started making hand held mobile phones at around the same time as Motorola, but were always second best to the American giant. However, the Nokia 101 launched in 1992 changed all that and Nokia became the world's largest phone manufacturer.
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Technophone PC135TD made approx 1986.
Phone measures 18.5cm high x 7cm wide x 3.5cm deep. Antenna is 20.5cm long. Weight of package is 1.55kg.
This phone is in used condition, with general wear and tear. It comes with two batteries, both of which hold a little charge, however although the phone lights up and makes a noise when the * button is pressed, it doesn't stay on and turns itself off straight away. The antenna is original but quite bent. The phone is charged directly from the adaptor, or the same adaptor is plugged into the charging station, which will charge the phone and a spare battery at the same time.
When this phone was made, Technophone was an independent company, however the company was bought by Nokia in 1991 and the Technophone name disappeared.
Package consists of the phone, two batteries, charging station, adaptor with a UK type 3-pin plug and antenna.
A vary rare phone from the dawn of mobile phones.
Price is £149 including delivery to anywhere in the world by Registered Post.
Mobira Cityman 1320
Mobira Cityman 1320 made approx 1987. Serial No - 25616 .
Phone measures 18.5cm high x 4cm wide x 8cm deep. Antenna is 8cm long. Weight of package is 530g.
This phone is in good used condition, with general wear and tear, some dings on the corner of the base and cracks to some of the keys (which is very common on these phones). The battery was leaking and very corroded, so we have thrown it away. The antenna is original but quite bent.
Mobira was a company that Nokia had bought and they continued to sell items with the Mobira brand name. The 1320 was sold under both the Mobira and Nokia names and often the phones had differently branded parts. For instance a Nokia branded phone might have had a Mobira antenna and battery. The antenna on this phone is a Mobira one.
Package consists of the phone and antenna.
Price is £99 including delivery to anywhere in the world by Registered Post.
Telekom C Pocky
Telekom C Pocky (Nokia) made in 1992. Serial No - 920996.
Phone measures 19.5cm high x 7.5cm wide x 3.5cm deep. Antenna is 27.5cm long. Weight of package is 1.65kg.
This phone was made by Nokia for the German market. It used to work on the C-Net network which is now defunkt and used a large SIM card, which pushes into a slot in the top of the phone. The phone is in excellent condition and looks to have been little used. There is a little paint missing from the dial button, but this looks to have been chipped, rather than have been caused by wear. There are two batteries, but only one seems to hold a charge. It powers up the phone which displays a message to insert the SIM card. The charger, antenna, polystyrene insert and paperwork are all in very good condition. The box is intact, but has some wear and tear.
This phone is guaranteed to power up for 30 days from delivery. See The Smallprint for full details. Package comprises of the box, polystyrene insert, phone, two batteries, antenna, charger with a european 2-pin plug, user manual (in German) and some original paperwork (in German).
Very rare to find one of these phones in its original box.
Price is £99 including delivery to anywhere in the world by registered post.
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