Motorola Ultra Classic II Mobile Phones

Appeal to vintage phone collectors by offering Motorola Ultra Classic phone parts and accessories

Motorola Ultra Classic II mobile phones are often called brick phones because they are very large and very tough. These phones are fairly scarce since the new, smaller cell phones have come out.

Offering Motorola Ultra Classic II cell phone parts and accessories, such as antennas and housing, allows you to service vintage phone users and collectors. When you order items for Motorola Ultra Classic phones, keep these suggestions in mind:

1. Help your customers make Motorola Ultra Classic II mobile phones look new.

2. Provide chargers for Motorola Ultra Classic II phones.

3. Sell replacement antennas to customers who have a broken antenna on a Motorola Ultra Classic II cell phone.

Sell holsters and housings for the Ultra Classic II by Motorola

Motorola Ultra Classic II mobile phones were popular in the 1980s when cellular phones were large and bulky. For customers who still own an Ultra Classic II cellular phone, finding holsters and replacement housings for it can prove to be a difficult task.

Offer Motorola Ultra Classic phone chargers

Some vintage phone collectors may want to charge the phones in their possession to show others that the phones are still in working order. Providing working travel and car chargers allows you to meet the needs of these customers. Keep the original Motorola brand chargers in stock for customers who use the phone as a prop. In some cases, a generic charger may work for some customers.

Stock antennas for Motorola Ultra Classic mobile phones

Because the antenna on a Motorola Ultra Classic mobile phone is external, long and stationary, they break easily. Keep original factory replacement antennas and generic antennas in stock to meet the needs of customers who must replace the antenna on a Motorola Ultra Classic mobile phone.