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We live in an age of vanishing wires. The 20th century started out with wires everywhere. The telegraph was one of the first communication systems that connected people together throughout the United States. As technology increased, throughout the 20th century, more and more wires crept up on us.

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Computers added keyboards, mouse devices, and other devices all connected through wires. The phone has had a wire to connect people together all the way up to the last few decades or so.

While wires are fine when they are the only option, they quickly become unacceptable when you realize that they are completely unnecessary in the modern age. This is because, day by day, we are developing more and more technology as a society that allows us to go without wired systems, including under wireless phone systems.

When it comes to phones, wires are a real pain. If you are tethered to the wall through a phone, it restricts your movement by a whole lot. The list of benefits to using phone systems that are wire free just go on and on. Some of these benefits regarding mobility include

Information Gathering
It's a fact that sometimes when you're on the phone; you're just going to need to move around. There can be a lot of reasons for doing this. For example, what if you need to look at something under your computer while talking to an operator on the phone? It's possible that, through the course of calling tech support, you will need to come up with information that is not readily available, and perhaps not even in the same room as what you're phone connects to in order to work.

Reporting Events
It can be pre3tty difficult to try telling someone on the phone what's going on in your neighborhood if it's an event occurring across the street and you can't even hear it. IN the case of reporting an emergency, you would need to tell the operator exactly what's going on. If you're tethered to the wall at the time since you have a phone with a cord, then you'd have to leave and come back over and over again and this could make you much less effective at reporting anything.

In terms of true wireless phone systems, such as cellphones, that have no direct connection through a landline at all, you have a vast means of adaptability regarding travel. With a wireless phone that's connected to a landline unit, it's extremely inconvenient to take this with you as you travel around from hotel to hotel. The landline wireless phone will also be unable to extend beyond a few hundred feet or so. This means that if you have to go out into the world beyond a building, such as into a forest, or along the side of the road, or in a car while traveling, then you won't be able to do so unless you have a cellphone rather than a landline phone that happens to have wireless capability.