Hottest thing in phones...

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  1. Blueflame

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    That's - different!
    I guess there is a computer involved in the process:lol:
     
  3. Jeopardy

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    Nah!
    The pan would slide off the front!
     
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    Reminds me....one of my grandsons, now about 20 years old, came upon a dial phone that we still have hooked up down in a corner of the basement. He was poking and poking at it, trying to figure how it worked....
     
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    The Primus Princess. Not a great market success. You needed an asbestos stylus to spin the dial.
    Gave a new dimension to the phrase, "Hot Line.''
    With the failure to launch of this product, the merger of B A Hjorth and Ericsson foundered.
     
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