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Graham Bell Dislike Phone

Graham Bell Dislike Phone

Alexander Graham Bell, who was awarded the patent for the invention of the telephone, disliked telephones so much that he refused to have one in his office. When Bell passed away in 1922, every telephone served by the Bell system in the USA and Canada was silent for one minute.




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India

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