Services of Cell phone have drawn nearer to the pinnacle of the world.
Swedish telecom giant TeliaSonera is currently presenting 3G cell and Internet service covering the 29,029-foot peak of Mount Everest — a progress that will let mountaineers of the tallest peak of the world to make a call, have a video chat, check e-mail or update their Facebook status.
That is an extended method from 1953, when British adventurer Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay arrived at peak of Everest and had to send runners to the adjacent telegraph . . . → Read More: Mt. Everest is Now Network-Accessible