Thursday 6 May 1999 | 00:00 CET | News
Siemens' entry-level C25 mobile phone, aimed at the 16-34 year old market, will sell for around GBP10 with a network contract. The phone was launched in April 1999, backed by a multi-million British pound advertising campaign aimed at first-time buyers. The phone features an integrated ticket hotline and ringing tones that were mixed by up-and-coming European DJs.

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