Will texting soon become obsolete?

The Edge

As of right now, asking someone if they have a cellphone or not almost seems needless because you can fairly safely assume that the answer will be yes. The ability to talk to people in different places via a landline telephone was revolutionary since the moment it was patented by Alexander Graham Bell in 1876. When cellular phones started to become popular and affordable, it wasn’t long it until nearly everybody had one. Bulky wireless telephones were quickly transformed into sleek, pocket-sized devices. The next revolution to the cell-phone industry was the introduction of text-based communication. Text messaging quickly became extraordinarily popular and it became common to see people that send and receive more text messages than they use minutes to call. In fact, the average amount of text messages sent by a cell phone owner is nearly 700. Or at least it was.  Now, for the first time ever, the average…

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Posted on November 13, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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