New Infographic: The History Of The Telephone

If you’re a regular reader of Family Friendly Daddy Blog, you know that my family doesn’t have smart phones; mainly because we’re too cheap to pay for a data plan, and 2nd, because the thought of “being constantly on” stresses me out.

While I am dedicated to keeping my blog up to date and relevant, I’ve done so this entire time without the use of a smart phone; including the 3+ years I was contracted to Parents.com as their offiical daddy blog.

Every post, including my dozens of car reviews, has all been done by using a “dumb phone.”

I suspect that at some point in the future, data plans might actually start being free; as phone companies will attempt to tempt me with upgrades.

It would be similar to the way our family uses a credit card for the sole purpose of ripping off the credit card company by faithfully immediately paying off each purchase, then redeeming the points.

In the meantime, I am using a cell phone that peaked the charts of coolness back in 2007. And I suppose I will be ignorant to Instragram until, if ever, data plans are free.

I’m okay with that.

Today I present you with an interesting infographic featuring the history of the telephone. It’s pretty neat, actually.

Blessed are those who were able to move past the year 2007 in phones, unlike me.

 

History of the Telephone

Telephone System History by ITS Limited, who offer business telephone and broadband
solutions.

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Were you interested in what you just read? Was this post a strangely pleasant distraction to other things popping up on your Facebook or Twitter feed? Ya know… you could always like me on Facebook, follow me on Twitter, or even subscribe to Family Friendly Daddy Blog by clicking on the appropriate icon on the left side of this page. No pressure though…

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