New Zealanders will be able to buy cell phones with the help of a simple tool.
The Ministry of Health said Tuesday that it has authorized a new industry that will allow people in Japan to use cell phones to blow up their own cell phones.
The ministry has approved the new industry, called “cell phone boom,” which allows people to buy and sell cell phones from foreign firms without any legal obligation.
The boom, which will be launched from mid-April, will be operated by the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment.
It was established in October, when a local resident, a man named Junji, bought a cellphone mount for $50.
He used the phone to blow his own phone up and posted it on a message board.
The mount is now being sold by a company called Cell Phone Boom, which sells cell phones for up to $1,000.
The ministry said the boom will allow overseas cell phone operators to sell phones that have been purchased illegally.