T-Mobile Mobile Telephone

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T-Mobile Mobile Telephone

Accession Number:

NEBYM:2017.16.3.1

T-Mobile G1 mobile telephone with camera and keyboard plus email, Google Mail, text and other functions. The owner of this phone worked for Century Oils, which had a distributer office in Reading, and as such he visited farms all around West Berkshire. The mobile phone saved him a lot of time as he was able to phone his clients to see if they were home rather than find a public telephone box. They were all used on the Vodafone network.

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