Nokia 101 is a ‘dual-SIM’ 2G phone which, as its name implies, takes two SIM cards at the same time. The phone should work okay on all UK networks except the ‘Three’ network, which is 3G only. While Nokia 101 is definitely not a Smartphone, you wouldn't expect one of those for around thirty ... Read review
This USB charging data cable connects your phone to your computer, allowing you to ... more
synchronize and transfer data, port contacts, send email, manage the phone's directory, and other useful functions while charging your phone. Supports USB 2.0 standard and maximum data transfer speeds. This micro USB cable provides high-speed USB 2.0 data transfer rates, and enables charging your compatible device or enhancement from a laptop or PC USB port.Features: 2 in 1 - You can charge your mobile phone and transfer data simultaneously. Edit and send text messages from your PC. Install Java games and applications from your PC to handset. Transfer music files and ringtones to your phone. Synchronise your computer's address book with your phone's. Download software from the internet. Enables wireless internet access, send/receive email. Port contacts. Connectivity: Micro USB, USB 2.0. Supports USB 2.0 standard and maximum data transfer speeds. Product Type: Charge Cable. Input Voltage: 5V DC.
Ballpoint Writing Pen with Rubber Tip is a high-quality pen which could be carried ... more
anywhere and used with any touchscreen electronic device normally operated by finger. In practice this means that you can take the pen anywhere and can make notes on paper and control operate your iPad, iPhone or Smartphone. The pen is made from a high-quality aluminium finish and features a clip at the top of the pen so it can be attached to a suit, dress, pad of paper, protective case easily. The pen works very well for left or right handed writers and is easy to operate with a glove during winter. The sensitive stylus tip gives very accurate navigation.
"Nokia 101 is a ‘dual-SIM’ 2G phone which, as its name implies, takes two SIM cards at the same time. The phone should work okay on all UK networks except the ‘Three’ network, which is 3G only. While Nokia 101 is definitely not a Smartphone, you wouldn't expect one of those for around thirty quid, would you? To my mind, the main selling points of Nokia 101 are that it’s an inexpensive, well-known branded product that, unlike most other mobile phones ..."
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Whether you want to take advantage of different calling plans or deals, or to keep your work and personal calls separate, dual SIM cards give you all the convenience of having two mobile phones in one. And the Nokia 101 makes your dual SIM experience really personal. You can give each of your SIM cards a name, a dedicated logo and dedicated ring tone.