The decade old Nokia 6310 is still popular among one small section of society: billionaires. http://t.co/0F9Fi7cHhi
— Duncan Robinson (@duncanrobinson) December 6, 2013
Julian Dunkerton, chief executive of SuperGroup, has a long-lived, battered Nokia 6310. Why? “It works, never breaks, [and] has a long battery life,” says the market-stall trader turned fashion mogul behind the Superdry label. “More importantly, I’m not bombarded with emails every minute, allowing me to deal with the crucial stuff.” Mr Dunkerton still reads email, just not on the go.
Need a status upgrade? Get an antiquated Nokia handset (Duncan Robinson, Financial Times)
(Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland)