‘Do you still have that old mobile phone?’

‘Which one?’

‘The one which you bought three or four years ago. Do you remember? It was not a smart phone.’

‘Oh, you mean that old phone with basic functions! I don’t have it anymore.’

‘Where is it? Who has it?’

‘I threw it away.’

‘What? But why?’

‘I threw it away because I didn’t need it.’

‘OK, but you could sell it! Why did you throw it away?’

‘The reason why I threw it away was that nobody wanted to buy it.’

‘Did you try to sell it?’

‘Yes, of course. I tried to sell it on the internet a few times. But nobody called me and said – I want to buy that phone.’

‘What a pity! I need such a phone now.’

‘Why do you need such a phone? It was an old phone. You couldn’t use internet on it. You couldn’t play games on it. You couldn’t check your emails or facebook on it. It was an old and useless phone.’

‘I know. But it was very small and it was good for phone calls.’

‘But I thought that you had a phone. You had a Samsung Galaxy phone, didn’t you? Did you lose it?’

‘No, I didn’t lose it. I still have it. But my cousin needs one for his work. He doesn’t like smart phones. He only wants to make calls with his phone.’

‘I see. However, I am sorry, but I can’t help you. I don’t have that phone anymore.’