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Does the home phone have a future?


The first means of communication were mechanical devices, the operation of which was based on the propagation of sound in the air, or other physical means, in contrast to which, electrical devices use electromagnetic signals. In 1849-1854. Charles Boursel developed the idea of ​​telephoning. Sh. Bursel was the first to use the word "telephone". Some time ago, the phone in the house was exotic. Later, the presence of a landline phone became the norm, even in small towns. Now the lack of a landline phone in the apartment, few people are embarrassed. Modern means of communication are slowly but surely replacing those that until recently were considered traditional. Now almost every grandmother has a portable home phone in her pocket. The classic idea of ​​a home phone is fading away. If Russian operators and providers are not yet very active in offering users alternative methods of communication, and only cheaper cellular communications affect the volume of calls through the city telephone network, then, for example, in the UK there are many ways to get rid of a home phone: high-speed Internet, IP telephony, 3G technology that allows you to get high-speed Internet access from a laptop anywhere in the city, Wi-Fi spreading everywhere, convenient Skype. Nevertheless, a landline telephone remains a guarantee for a person that one way or another it will be possible to contact him. A mobile phone is affected by many more risk factors than a home phone: lost, pulled out of your pocket, not tracked the balance, etc. Whereas a home phone is not exposed to such a risk. Modern society has not yet discounted the home phone. For example, Samsung proved that it’s too early to bury the good old home cordless phone by releasing an amazing landline phone that has a real digital photo frame with a 7-inch touch screen. Also, some particularly inventive firms make such models of home phones, which can be considered a work of art or interior decoration. So the Swiss company Swissvoice released a phone called ePure, the main advantage of which is its appearance: the handsets and base are made in a hollow case, they look more like frames than traditional phone parts. At the same time, the company claims that all phones are assembled by hand, which is an indisputable guarantee of high quality. Summing up, we can safely say,

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