Freedom Phone Looks Simple, Small, Elegant

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Designed for those annoying bastards who always say "I want a phone that just calls," the Freedom Phone does indeed bring freedom—freedom for the rest of us who are tired of you saying that every time you see a phone with fancy features. It's a pay-as-you-go phone that you buy with minutes already on board. The front only houses a dialpad and volume controls, and the back holds information such as the phone's number and other necessary information. Would we buy one of these if we were traveling in another country? Only if our phones didn't work there. [Yanko Design]

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Illustration for article titled Freedom Phone Looks Simple, Small, Elegant
Illustration for article titled Freedom Phone Looks Simple, Small, Elegant
Illustration for article titled Freedom Phone Looks Simple, Small, Elegant

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ottermann
ottermann

I hate it. It's still too much for me. I want, nay, DEMAND, that phone manufacturers provide me with a rotary dial on my cell phone!

And, phone packages cost to dang much! I demand a party line! It was good enough back on the farm, it's good enough for my cell phone!

And, while we're at it, lets go back to having actual operators connecting our calls.

"Yes, I'd like Bakersfield 953, please"

You young people with no respect for traditions.

Phones should be work, not easy to use.

Make them harder to use, and we'll eliminate more of the population from our roads.

*mumbles* dang kids these days......

GET OFF MY LAWN, YOU WHIPPERSNAPPERS!