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The telephone was invented in 1876 by Alexander Graham Bell.
That kind of information is privileged.
In certain world areas, such as some countries in the European Union - for example Sweden and the UK - there are special disposal sites for electronics equipment. To be able… to give a more helpful answer, this question needs some more basic information in it, such as where the person asking the question lives, exactly.
i am not sure but i think it is 50 odd years
they are telephones....
basiclly, it's not to much similar because if can can see the old phone. it's different then we have new telephone
signal cannot be interrupted
They are not called telephones anymore . its now a phone . And new phones have more apps .
You could use a shoe box as the base, then use the same size cardboard to cover the hole. Then, you cut a circle out of cardboard as the dial(write numbers on it.) For the tel…ephone parts, fold a half sheet of paper for both parts. If you want to make one that's not tacky, you're on your own.
People today can use old telephones ( 2012 ) but they are most likely rare.
The area code system for the US and Canada was introduced in 1947, so it will be 65 years old later this year.
The best web site offering old or antique telephones would be The Old Telephone. They have a variety of styles such as the Eiffel Tower, the Candlestick, the Swiss Wall and pl…enty more.
One can recycle old telephones on websites like "o2 recycle" or "envirofone". "British Red Cross" or the "Apple Recycling Program" also provide recycling services.