Technology

John’s Phone: the minimalist anti-smart-phone

John’s Phones sell no-frills mobile phones that send and receive calls and pretty much nothing else (though there’s a place to keep your pen). Warren Ellis likens it to a phone from minimalist Japanese housewares/clothing company Muji.

Finally a separate unit with no frills and conditions. A simlock free phone with large keys, an address book, a pen and over three weeks time standby… John’s Phone is simple and easy for young, old, holiday, grandfathers, grandmothers, athletes, national and international business traffic.

— via boingboing

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