A Phone Invented By A Pupil In Namibia Which Doesn’t Use Airtime (See Photos) TrendyVoice

31 July 2016

A Phone Invented By A Pupil In Namibia Which Doesn’t Use Airtime (See Photos)

A Grade 12 learner in Namibia's Ohagwena Region
has invented a sim-less mobile phone that allows
users to make free calls and watch one TV channel.
Simon Petrus, a pupil at Abraham Iyambo Senior
Secondary School, created the phone using spares
from a phone and television set.
Complete with a light bulb, fan and charger socket,
the handset functions off power supplied through a
radiator and is able to make calls to anywhere
through the use of radio frequencies.

The invention, which is made up of a radio system,
is attached to a box and also allows the user to
view one TV channel on it.

He is also able to watch NBC1 TV on his box.

No stranger to the world of creation, Petrus is
reported to have won a gold medal at national level
last year for his invention of a two-in-one machine
that works as both a seed drier and cooler.

The shy learner has admitted to working on his
invention for two years through money provided by
his unemployed parents.

Petrus claims that he invented the phone in the
hopes that it would be successful and be able to be
carried further.

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