In honor of the highly sought after iPhone 5's release this week, one YouTube video gives a nostalgic look back at when cellular phones were strapped to a box that resembles a roadside safety kit.
While many people under the age of 30 may only remember playing "Snake" on the Nokia 6150, those over 30 remember a time when cell phones came with luggage.
The 1989 Radio Shack commercial originally posted on MSN Now begins with a woman singing "go where you want to go."
If you think an iPhone 5 is expensive, this commercial boasts that this 1989 model costs "$799 with authorized Radio Shack carrier activation."
To watch the video on YouTube, click here.
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