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Phon-etics


You know, it seems like everywhere I go, kids have cell phones. I remember the days when families used to scream at one another over the fact their teenagers would monopolize the phone for hours and call waiting didn’t exist. Not the case anymore – but it’s still not bad practice to keep a land line, especially in a house with kids. And it’s also not a bad idea to curb those not-so-unlimited minutes your kids are using by getting them a phone of their own. If you really want to drive home the whole retro landline thing, consider these amazingly adorable ‘Grand Cordless Phones’ from PBteen. Available in retro rainbow shades, the phones look super old school but have all the modern conveniences you’d expect – including cordless functionality, caller ID, a digital phonebook, and a handset pager for when the thing goes missing. All this beauty comes with a price – $125 Canadian. If you want to personalize your phone, tack on their name for just $7 extra. Don’t be fooled by the name of the company by the way. PBteen has long specialized in really cute, stylish decor that wouldn’t look out of place on those effortlessly styled TV shows we all watch and love. So if you have a friend who’s pad perfectly suits these romantic retro pieces, be sure to check ’em out before your next gift-giving occasion. They also ship to Canada and have all prices listed in Canadian dollars, making it extra easy to find the perfect fit for your pal’s boudoir.

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2 Responses to “Phon-etics”
  1. Lakesha Bryant says:

    CAN THESE BE ORDERED / PURCHASED

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