When did people started using the telephone?
people started using telephones ..... well they used it when it was made ..... sorry that's all i can think of
you can go to ask . com and ask them or Google history
Many inventors were working on the invention of similar communication devices, both in the US and Europe.On February 14, 1876, a man named Elisha Grey, who had invented a similar device, submitted to the US Patent Office his intent to file for a patent on his invention; on the same day, Bell filed his completed application for a patent for his device. Grey could have converted his intent to and application for a patent, but… Read More
1959The original UK '01' numbers were London numbers introduced in 1959. At this time, London was given 7-digit local numbers and the area code of 01. For example, London Transport had the number 01 222 1234. This system lasted for over 30 years.1990In May 1990, London was split into two area codes: 071 and 081, with the 01 code being withdrawn. Consequently, there were no numbers in the UK beginning 01 for the next five… Read More
Because the Janoskians are hawt and to communicate with people.
You pick up one end, dial a number, and listen. They're used as communication devices.
On March 10, 1876, Alexander Graham Bell siad the first sentence on a telephone, "Mr. Watson, come here. I want to speak to you." You are welcome
About 70% of people in the world use mobile.
The telephone was first used in 1900.
They wanted to contact people.
They wrote letters and used the post, or met face-to-face. There were not any other options.
use in communicating it depends if it is a cell or home phone... cell donate it to a charity to help the less fortunate have the access to call 911 in emergencies you call somebody =D Answer Telephone helps us communicate in far distances. With the advance functions of the modern phone system, such as the VoIP, we can cost effectively contact people even in remote areas as long as connected to the internet. There… Read More
They used to send letters 5o the people they wanted to talk to.
In 1995, all UK geographical area codes were converted to begin with 01.
Telephones (both mobile and 'land-line' ones) - are constantly being redesigned - to take advantage of new advances in technology.
The noise it makes every time you get a callYou have to pay for callDifferent time zones not a clear signalUnknown person can call youThey can interrogate you
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No. They could but more home phones use a battery of some sort if it has a cordless headset and if it doesn't it is plugged into the wall with a charger. So many things could use solar cells that don't. I don't know of one cell phone that uses a solar cell and it could. Recently Prius came out with a fan system that uses solar cells on the roof of the car. Why… Read More
Which country are you talking about?
Limited use of the phone occurred starting with it's invention in the 1870s. Usage increased rapidly in the 1880s and 1890s as phone technology developed and central exchanges were built.
You are able to communicate with anyone in the world (as long as you have the number and the country's state code) at any time. It allows you to keep in contact with them and know how they are. Answer The modern telephone system such as the Virtual PBX has functions and features that allow us to make cheap calls locally and internationally, help us forward calls and screen calls and most especially we can… Read More
It is impossible to say unless you either state the country the number is from, or the full international number.
When it was first invented the phone was wanted everywhere. Today also phones are in even more demand. But some people do not like the invention of the phone because it uses electricity and pollutes the earth's atmosphere. But still the phone is a useful tool as long as it is not overused.
Most large businesses started to use telephones as soon as they became available, as the advantages are so great. Important public services such as the police were also among the early users. Obviously, in the very early years it was usually only possible to make local calls. Moreover, even where long distance calls were possible they were extremely expensive. The ordinary postal service remained the standard means of communication over distance for several more decades.You… Read More
This answer is tossed around a lot, but the first test of the telephone was in 1845 by John Bellard
The first cell phone was made on April 1973.
Advantage : Easier and fasterfor communicate and techology is advancing. Disavantage : Need to use electricity (will cause global warming and earth with lack of fossil fuel to produce eletricity).
A telephone number in the United States consists of: telephone country code +1 area code (3 digits) subscriber number (7 digits) That's a total of 10 digits for the domestic number, or 11 digits in international format.
You didn't. The first phone was not sold to the public and was a simple box. It wasn't until 1877 that there was a Bell phone company.
Very simply, to communicate when the distance between them is too great to speak face to face. But sadly, on more than one occasion, I have observed two dummies, while side by side, communicating with each other on cellfones !!! I guess they thought it was "cute," and their parents must have had more money than they or their kids had brains. It's an extremely useful and quick means of communication. Before the telephone was… Read More
People today can use old telephones ( 2012 ) but they are most likely rare.
When Alexander Graham Bell exploded
Norwich is in UK area code 01603, or +44 1603 in international format. (The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00, but North America (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011, Japan uses 010, Australia uses 0011, and many other countries use different prefixes.)
Well pretty much because it had acsess to take pictures and text.
it didnt it help-ed them
people wanted phones so they could communicate with others. before phones people had to communicate with mail which took weeks, months, or even years depending were the person lived. that was hard for people, so they wanted phone so they can communicate right away
Yes within days of each other.
It allowed long distance communication. This allowed greater expansion and faster economy.
by letting them communicate other people that are far
Because People are gay like dat
The telephone was fairly commonplace in the 1930's in the United States. By the end of World War II, most U.S. homes had a telephone.
Nope - Telephones use an RJ-45 connector, while cable TV uses a BNC-style connector. See related links for comparisons.
In 1873 and 1874, Bell began working on a way to send voice signals over a telegraph line (the "harmonic telegraph"). But it was not until he began working with Thomas Watson that he was able to create the apparatus to use the designs. By 1876, he had received a US Patent for the invention.
so you keep in contact with people.
They just turn up the volume real high. If you were completely deaf, turning up the volume wouldn't help. Deaf people use a machine that is something like a computer with a keyboard and a screen, so that they type their responses, then someone from the phone company reads their response to the person on the other end, then the phone company person types in the other person's response and the deaf person reads it… Read More
Cellular telephones got their name from the small regions (cells) into which service areas were divided
AnswerIt was either Good Morning or Good Afternoon, the same as they should be using now! answer I learned in elementary school that the first telephone answers said Hello, which means to shout, of course that is where hello comes from.
Cellular Telephones is using the Integrated Services Digital Network ISDN while the Cordless Telephone is using the Public Switched Telephone Network PSTN, same with ordinary telephone.
Around 1900, but there were not many at that time.
o.k this is so weird i don't even know what this is. although when they would talk to short or long distence i bet it felt better to talk than to travle. o and for all of the peeps that love Justin bieber u rock. see ya