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25/02/2013 16:38 | By Paul Lamkin, senior editor, MSN Tech
Nokia 105 - the £13 mobile phone - in pictures
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I'll admit, it does seem like a handy thing if you just want a phone with no fancy ad-ons. Great for kids who you want to keep in touch with, or the eldary who might be put-off by fancy phones. However, I get the feeling this won't be avalible in the UK and is instead, aimed at poorer countries. While I can understand the reasoning, it would be a handy phone anywhere in the world.
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