Singaporeans will soon be able to buy an old favorite when Nokia mobile phones return to Singapore with 3G enabled devices.

The first of the phones is a remodeled classic Nokia 3310, which is a talk-and-text only phone that was popular that became available in the year 2000.

The phone will be available from October onwards and will work on Singapore’s 3G networks. The price of the phone is expected to be below $100.

Nokia phones were initially phased out earlier this year as its phones could only work on 2G networks, which were shut down in Singapore in April this year.

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