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It is essential for people to communicate with each others As time has gone by people has created many methods for individuals to interact with each others For example before the telephone was invented people mail letters to each other Later on came the invention of voice communication and now the invention of e-mail Telephone and e-mail have already become daily needs for human beings Which method is better is determined by which is more economical financially inexpensive for the user and more convenient As we all know as time goes forward and it will never go back As a result time has become a very essential factor in life People can save more time by using the telephone rather than using e-mail because people can instantly get a reply from others in an emergency situation like a car crash or if someone suddenly has a heart attack the phone can be a life saver However when people are not in emergency situations e-mail can save more time because people do not need talk to each other directly consequently people do not need to bother talking to those they dont want to Since sometimes a conversation can take forever it will save those people who do not like to speak on the phone much more time Also by using e-mail people can wisely manage their time yet on the phone it requires two or more peoples agreements to hang up As we can see both the telephone and e-mail have their own advantages related to time Besides time money is also a very important issue in our lives These days buying a telephone is much cheaper then buying a computer Since telephones were invented a long time ago they are very common household items Hence it is cheap to buy By contrast e-mail is still considered to be a new innovation thus e-mail is free Computers are expensive In addition both the telephone and
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