New range of Nokia spy phones
I don’t know about you, but I would definitely be thrilled to receive a brand new cell phone regardless of the occasion. Heck, if you want to gift all of us at Coolest Gadgets the latest Sony Ericsson Xperia X1, by all means go ahead and splurge – it doesn’t really matter whether we all have a phone already, but having yet another would come in pretty handy just in case our current one breaks or malfunctions. Just be a bit wary though if your worst nemesis hands you a shiny new Nokia – it might actually hail from Spycatcheronline.co.uk, which means whatever conversations you hold can be eavesdropped upon simply by dialing a secret code. Of course, if this sounds nefarious to you, how about turning the tables around and getting a new handset for whoever you want to spy upon covertly?
The selected phones are able to do the following without the user being any wiser ;-
- Alert you when the phone is switched on, via SMS, so that you can see the number in the phone no matter how often it is changed.
- Alert you when ever a phone call is made or received by the phone, via SMS, and will also show the number of other party.
- Send you a copy of any text message sent or received by the phone, via SMS as well as the other persons number.
- If you dial the phone from a pre-defined number it will open the microphone, without the holder knowing, so that you can hear room conversations, from anywhere in the world.
- If you dial the phone from a pre-defined number when it is being used for a phone call you will actually intercept both sides of that conversation and be able to hear the everything that is being said.
- You can remotely change the pre-defined number as much as you like, by a discreet SMS.
- You can turn each function on and off as much as you like, by a discreet SMS.
- There is no log of your calls or the copy SMS’s to your phone on the spyphone.
You’ve got to be flushed with cash before picking up any of these handsets though, since they retail for a whopping £1,667.50 upwards (unlocked, obviously) a pop. It does make me wonder though – what happens if the recipient does not want to use the phone, and decide to sell it off instead? You can kiss goodbye to all that quid thrown away, but on the bright side, you’ll at least be able to listen in on conversations of perfect strangers, i.e. the new owner. That ought to be pretty interesting, and who knows – you might even stumble upon more juicy stories and gossip when you call in at the opportune moment!