You’re invited to share your own “evolution of wireless” pictures.So dust off the photo album and get those pics scanned and uploaded!
I’ll kick it off with a photo from the Rogers archives. Can’t wait to see your brick phones, flip phones, PDAs and vintage BlackBerry pics!
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lol Gina that's the "Zack Morris" phone!
Ohhhh man I think I was part of that era in my highschool years where teenagers were moving from pagers to cell phones. And if you had this phone, you were definitely classified as "one of the cool kids" lol
I was almost cool then cause I had that Nokia but with a little antenna.
Thanks for contributing to the Evolution of Wireless Melly
Chris - that's the one! I remember finding out that google could forward your email as a txt so I could get my really important msgs! By then I had a different phone though. Probably the Motorola Krazor.
My next phone was this sweet puppy
lol thats why I got one... It fit in my pocket so well... I actually had a different morotola phone in between it and the nokia I just can't remember what exactly it was... Come to think of it it was probably a clamshell type samsung...
But it was the olympic edition:
Sorry Rogers I was a Bell customer at the time...
My first Rogers phone was using AMPS (Analog) Technology. I dont even think we had Call Display either. I had both the motorola flip which everyone wanted, and i also had a uniden model before that.
Then TDMA became big, I was a big fan if Nokia, using the 5160, 8260 and 8860.
Back then, people actually used phones for a good 2-3 years, not like today where people get bored and buy a new one 3 months later.
Then GSM came out I was first to jump onto the technology and got some small motorola phone, it only had 1900 at the time too, no 850. I can list every gsm phone ive owned but ive owned a LOT, so i am going to keep this post short.
I still have my first ever rogers sim card, it was yellow.
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