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A Quick Refresher on Basic Phone Etiquette

Quarantined at home, we’ve rediscovered what phones are really for

A grandmother smiles and laughs as she talks on the phone.
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EEver since Alexander Graham Bell beat the pack of competing inventors to the big payday in 1876, the telephone has been changing the way humans communicate. For the better part of a century, the device was the center of the American household, a clunky contraption nailed to the…




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