Mobile telephony is similar to wired telephone communications, but have grown to provide global access and internet connectivity as well.
This form of telephony gained momentum in the 80s; in succeeding years, the number of subscribers and users grew such that almost everyone now has used it to call loved ones, clients and people from around the globe.
Mobile telephony in Romania is also known as cellular telephony in the same way that mobile phones are termed ‘cell phones’ that work within a wireless network.
Mobile network operators build cell towers that can receive wireless calls from one phone to another. Today, there are many types of wireless networking technology, including GSM or Global System Mobile communications, GPRS or General Packet Radio Service, UMTS or Universal Mobile Telecommunications System and short range ones such as Bluetooth.
The mobile has evolved in a way to be able to handle several networks, including mobile telephony, Wi-Fi and localizare GPS for finding one’s position and destination.
It can display who’s calling- for example, a cine este 0785692441 so you’d know when to pick up or when to let the call go to voicemail.
Mobile telephony has revolutionized personal connectivity. Before, telephones were tied to physical locations, i.e., in desks, the living room or the kitchen but now, you can carry mobile phones and always have ready communication no matter where you are in the world.
Smartphones have changed the way we see network access. In the 90s, the internet was only available on desktop or laptop computers that were connected to modems. Users had to switch the modem on, dial a set of numbers on their computers and click on ‘Connect’ to get internet.
Now, our phones can be connected 24/7 to Wi-Fi or a mobile carrier without any further steps or instructions.
Mobile telephony has come a long way and has grown by leaps and bounds over the last few decades.