The First Phone Call March 10, 1876. Welcome guys to yet another article about Technology Fact. Today we will see how the first Telephone call was made and who was it’s inventor. Well i bet you all know about the Inventor but did you know what he said on his first telephone call? NO? No worry, i got your back. Read Below and know it yourself.
What were the first words ever spoken on the Telephone? They were spoken by Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the Telephone, when he made the first call on March 10, 1876, to his assistant, Thomas Watson:”Mr. Watson–come here–I want to see you.”
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Born in 1847 in Edinburgh, Scotland, Bell became an expert in sound and public speaking. His understanding of sound helped him to teach the deaf and then invent the telephone.
Bell was a man of vision. After the telephone’s success, he wrote to his father about a future when “friends converse with each other without leaving home.” How true his words have became! We indeed are doing this.
Inspired by his scientific curiosity, Bell went on to create other new inventions, including the telephone in 1880. This first wireless telephone transmitted sound on a beam of light instead of electrical wires. It is the forefather of the cordless phone and 80% of today’s telephone systems that use fiber optics.
Bell’s first telephone call was so famous, he repeated the phrase in 1915 in the formal opening of the completed transcontinental telephone lines connecting America’s East and West costs. Picking up the phone in New York, Mr Bell said,”Mr. Watson, come here, I want you.” But this time Watson replied that it would take him a week; he(Watson) was on the other end of the line in San Francisco.
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