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horizontal triangle pointing to text  Tell me again who invented the phone...?

Did Alexander Graham Bell invent the telephone? Yes, he won the patent for it but it may not mean he was the inventor.

There's a Bell Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada. Much more space in that museum is devoted to hydrofoil watercraft than the telephone!

A Canadian publication said that no one invented the telephone, just that several inventors worked on the telephonic concept at the same time, and Bell was the first one to hand in the patent.   See: Wikipdia - Telephones

horizontal triangle pointing to text   Key Laws that Impact Telecommunications Access for People with Hearing Loss

horizontal triangle pointing to text  Cell Phone Facts

horizontal triangle pointing to text  Hearing Aids & Cell Phones

horizontal triangle pointing to text  Finding Hearing Aid Compatible Cell Phones

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