I didn't know that "vintage-like" phones existed. I have a genuine old one but it weighs a ton and I'm afraid to have it out because the grandkids would squash their toes if they dropped it.
What's cool is that they still work even if the electricity is out. Everyone should have a hard wired phone tucked away in a drawer or where ever. Our phones now depend upon electricity to work. We do have a "princess" phone tucked away for emergency use. The only reason we're keeping a land line phone nowis to receive the reverse 911 calls for neighborhood problems... like a murder/suicide and fire evacuations...both of which have happened here. Our county doesn't use cell phone numbers for the reverse calls yet.As soon as they do, we're dropping our land line phone. It's just over $30 dollars a month now and the price progressively goes up and up in price.
Cute phone. We have a rotary wall phone downstairs...it's not hooked up though....probably still works too. This world is getting too high tech for it's own good. Maybe that is why time flies so fast, cause we're trying to keep up.Louise
SO glad you came by (:) Patty