Seriously though. I would buy it, and it would make it worth A) having a landline again, or B) carrying around a briefcase for it.
Geez. I actually have one of those 1915 vintage candlestick phones in my store room. That would be a fine mod!
But I can assure you that the audio quality is terrible. It sounds like you’re talking through a Dixie cup.
sparkfun already makes something like it.
A rotary phone modified into a cell.
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