Life without Internet and Communication

We use the Internet to communicate more than ever and it’s become an integral part of any standard means of communication. So with no Internet our means of communication would have to adapt. I very much doubt we’ll be sending smoke signals, but letters would fulfill the hole e-mails left and phones would fulfill the gaps that instant messaging, chat and social media created.

An increase in posted mail and phone calls would surely benefit our local postal services and telephone network providers, but what we loved about the Internet was that communication was free!

So it’s a possible exaggeration to assume we’d all crack out the pens and paper, start licking stamps and calling everyone we know. Further more we would probably resort to basics, that remain free and simply go ‘talk’ to friends and family.

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  1. Superb Answer

    The extensive use of the so called “internet” has partially reshaped the precious future of our generation. As of the current moment, everyone is stuck to their mobiles and it seems as if life without internet would be inevitable for them. This misfortune could be true as of the use of internet. It could be easily noticed by how uncomfortable one would feel in the absence of the facility of internet.

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