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 Will home telephones one day become obsolete?

Answer Possible but not likely. . The problem with cell phones is that it takes so little to disrupt them. Home phones, however are hardwired and more difficult to disrupt. There certainly is a trend tow... Read More »
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Can you still use antique telephones?

Assuming they're in undamaged condition, most vintage rotary telephones -- that is, telephones that have a turning dial -- should work perfectly well after you've attached a plug adapter to the end... Read More »
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Telephones and calculators?

not any calculators I have mine are the same as phonesgood lucksmile
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How Are Lasers Used in Telephones?

Lasers are used in some telephone systems that implement fiber optic technologies. These systems are hard to repair, but provide a more reliable and economical option in the long run.
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