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mim akter2003
Jan 18, 2022
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We are all familiar with the employee contact list magic of SMS, aren't we? A unique phenomenon that started more than two decades ago and continues to remain popular, SMS is regarded as an important feature of a mobile. From the simple phones to the smartphones, every mobile has an in-built SMS feature and so messaging happens to be employee contact list one of the most used icons on your mobile phone menu. But, the SMS as we know it today is very different from how it was actually introduced. Having undergone several changes, SMS employee contact list established several milestones in more than twenty years of its existence. For those of you who don't know it, here employee contact list is a sneak-peak into the fun facts about SMS communication: Pagers inspired the invention of SMS Before SMS became popular, people used to rely on pagers. However, the sad part about pagers was that you could only send numbers and no messages. It was in this situation that experts identified the employee contact list need of being able to send messages and worked towards inventing the SMS facility. First message sent in 1993 Initially, the mobile phone companies never believed that people employee contact list would not be so happy with the texting facility especially when they could talk face to face. Therefore, the usage of SMS was restricted employee contact list to internal communication only. But, gradually things began to change and the first official SMS went out in 1993. Becomes popular in 1999 In the first few years, users of one particular mobile phone service provider could send SMS only to numbers registered under that service provider. employee contact list However, a few years later in 1999, it was possible to send SMS's to rival phone networks as well. This is when people recognized the power of SMS and the convenience that this employee contact list feature facilitated. Soon, enough SMS became a sensation.
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