1. It lets you make calls.
Unlike an iPhone, a rotary phone won’t consistently drop your calls. Big win!
2. It lets you receive calls.
If you call someone who has a rotary phone, they’ll A) actually hear your call coming in, and B) be able to answer it and complete a full conversation without being dropped.
Not true with an iPhone!
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