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The museum has a variety of classic phones on display and will be absolutely free the general public.
Our collection has been the direct result of our buying and re-selling cell phones program. At the beginning we launched this program to help preserve our environment and keep cell phones out of garbage fields. It took a while but we eventually started buying older phones. We wouldn't give much but it was meant for anyone needing to get rid of old cell phones. Eventually our collection grew and we began to accumulate a very unique cell phone collection, without fully knowing the jewel these vintage mobile phones would become.
The Cell Phone Museum will absolutely free to the general public and is a must go place to visit in Orange County. We really hope everyone gets to enjoy our museum and we hope continue growing our collection.
Make the exhibition free & available to everyone in the public.
Show the evolution of the cell phone & their technological advances over the last 40 years.
Continue to expand our collection of mobile phones so that children can see the changes.
The Oldest Phone on Display the Motorola Dyna Tac (1984) or the Zach Morris Phone