How Has the Telephone Changed over the Years?

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Over the last couple of decades, conversing with people on the telephone is now easier and less expensive. It has transformed the way that we talk with one another and the changes didn't come all at once, but they did come. The cost of using a telephone has gone down and today, people can use Skype to telephone their friends for free; others use Vonage and pay about £160 ($250) a month. For this flat rate, you can call anybody in the United States and talk for as long as you want to. You can also talk to people in the UK, Canada, and Mexico (and probably several other countries) for as long as you want to as well.
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A telephone is a device used for communication. It has greatly changed over the years. It has become smaller and portable; the telephone numbers are longer than they were during innovations. People are also using mobile phones which are of different models and the features in a mobile phone are increasing every day. Some phones are now being used as TVS.
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