Disposable mobile phone manufacturer announces Hop1800 phone, still hates environment

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hop-on-phone-2.jpgLooking more mobile phone than cardboard cut-out, Hop-on’s latest disposable phone certainly has the edge over the previous design. It still doesn’t have a screen, but for US$10 (£5), that doesn’t seem like too much of a problem.

Rather cheekily, they’re advertising this mobile as the ‘anti-iPhone’, which to be fair, could be any budget handset’s cry. Still, there’s four hours of talk-time, 15 hours of standby time, and they’ve obviously cottoned on to the fact that not many people were impressed with the urban graffiti designs on the last model.

Hop-on Hop1800(via Slashgear)

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Katherine Hannaford