Will you swap your normal cell phone for one that's so simple even a senior citizen can use it? It's called the Jiterbug Phone, created by Marty Cooper creator of the very first portable cellular 800 MHz, and a massive 2.5 lb phone.
On April 3, 1973, standing on Sixth Avenue in New York City near the New York Hilton hotel, Cooper made a phone call from a Motorola prototype Dyna-Tac handheld cellular phone before going to a press conference upstairs in the hotel.
The phone connected Cooper with the base station on across the street from the hotel and into the AT&T land-line telephone system.
Cooper said that the mobile/cellular phones nowadays are so complicated that the instruction manual is often thicker, and heavier than the phone itself....
The Jiterbug have a should i say back to the basics of the past features, and would you believe it even have a dial tone....! How cool is that for a mobile phone....! A Retromodern Phone.... =)
---- Java, Jamoke, Murk, A Shot, A Shot In The Arm, or plainly Joe.... However and whatever you might want to call it.... For me it will always stay as my Puyat Juice...!