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The Joy Of Talking On The Phone

The Joy Of Talking On The Phone

In 2020, both Verizon and AT&T, two of the biggest telecommunication giants in the US, have reported a huge spike in wireless calls as well as in WiFi calling, with the length of the calls also showing a big jump.

This is surprising because most people had reduced their actual talking time in favour of email and instant messaging (iMessage and Whatsapp).

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