The telephone has the same purpose today as it always has had - to communicate.
The telelphone market offers two categories of telephone sets: general purpose sets or corded phones and special purpose telephones, such as coin operated telephones
voice comunication over a longer distance than you can shout.
Yes. There were telephones in 1960.
Telephones were invented in 1876. No major milestone in telephones happened in 2000.
Every single country on earth has telephones.
Telephones are about instant communication with other people wherever they are.
Telephones can able to communicate with other telephones through Public Switched Telephone Network, which transmit voice signal over circuit switching technology.
Yes, there are millions of telephones and cell phones in Egypt.
the older telephones were much bigger and harder to use. todays telephones are everywhere and are much easier to use and have alot more accesories on them.
5 i think(5~8 telephones)
me. because telephones are awesome like da budda munchies
their are more than 1billion telephones across the world.
Alberta Government Telephones was created in 1906.
Telephones changed because we needed for them to because our cournty is moving forward. Also telephones changed because scientist developed new inventions.
The plural form of the noun telephone is telephones.The plural possessive form is telephones'.example: All of our telephones' warranties have expired.
Phonophobia is the phobia of telephones, noises or voices, or speaking loudly.
There are 38.81 million telephones used in Brazil! That's alot!!!!
A special-purpose computer that functions as a component in a larger product is called an embedded computer. Examples of products that contain embedded computers are telephones and car dashboards.
telephones have made communication much easier. telephones let people who are miles away from each other contact each other. without telephones, the world would be a much more difficult place to live in
telephones' e.g. All the telephones' rings were pitched differently.