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A Visual History Of Telephones

In less than 2 decades mobile (or cell) phones have become one of the most defining communication devices in history. Almost every one young and old owns at least one mobile phone today. Many people own two, or sometimes more! For whatever reason, communication equipment has been one of the major focuses of the advancing world of technology. Before communication tools were very limited, people spent quite a lot to communicate with their loved ones and even business partners across sea, that is why when cellular phones were invented, everyone grabbed a piece of it and so the revolution of mobile phones began. Today, mobile phones do not just allow you to communicate easily with just about anybody, they allow you to share moments by the second with people you want to connect with.

Below is a visual history of phones and mobile phones.

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Created by Infographiclabs


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