It seems like every time we turn around another major cell phone provider is launching some sort of new innovative mobile technology. It seems the latest fad is video calls. It is apparently no longer sufficient enough to just hear someone’s voice; we need to actually see them now to be able to communicate. Apple’s iPhone, Google’s Android, Microsoft’s Windows Mobile 7, and many more major cell phone providers are adding some kind of support for video calling features. The catch is that, right now, many of them will only work while on Wi-Fi, including Apple’s Face Time application. This means that those of us in rural areas are out of luck. We can’t even use wireless 3G to use these features, but wait, maybe there is one option. The only option we have is to actually use a satellite internet connection to access high speed broadband. The best and most affordable satellite internet option out there is MyBlueDish.
Soon it appears that a typical mobile phone call is going to consist of visually interacting with not only the person on the other line but their surroundings as well, as many phones allow people to switch to a view that lets the other person see what you’re seeing. I cannot help but to wonder what will be next in the communication industry. First we could read written messages sent to us via telegraphs, next we could hear people speak, now we can actually see the other person. It seems like the only next logical progression would be able to touch the person we were talking to, maybe via a hologram, or who knows maybe we will be able to teleport through the mobile phone by that time. This level of communication seems unbelievable, but just think how unbelievable video chatting would have been to people 200 years ago. Regardless of how advanced the communication industry gets you are still going to have to have a high speed broadband connection. So if you are in a rural area that only gives you access to dial up give MyBlueDish a call and chances are they can help you out.
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