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Re: Need Help With a Telephone Mystery

Steven Lichter (
Sat, 21 Jan 2006 02:49:34 GMT wrote:

> I wonder if Touch Tone pads generate more errors than rotary dials
> since people can zip along much faster, increasing the chance of
> error. Further, with portable and cell phones, people could not be
> paying attention while dialing and make more mistakes.

I would say that there would be more errors with a rotary dial, since
the springs can bend and people tend to use things like pencils to
dial, or force the dial forward then back.

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