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Комуникация чрез мобилни оператори в Албания
Communication through mobile operators in Albania

Author(s): Romina Çela, Arnaldo Bicoku
Subject(s): Social Sciences, Media studies, Communication studies, Theory of Communication
Published by: Великотърновски университет „Св. св. Кирил и Методий”
Keywords: communication; phone networks; phone; user

Summary/Abstract: Communication is the “vertebral column” of each person’s everyday life, represents the process by which information is exchanged and understood between two or more people. One of the most used and fastest ways of communicating in the everyday life is mobile communication. Increasing demand for human society to communicate at any time and anywhere has been given a new and powerful dimension of mobile phones by making it indivisible in our daily lives. Mobile communication technologies have evolved from analog to digital, and networks have passed through a number of generations from the first generation (1G) to the fourth generation (4G). Today, cellular communication is more complex, not only involving voice communication, but also text, images, graphics (graphics), animation, video, sound thanks to the applications and technologies that mobile companies offer. To concretize the current situation of coexistence of companies with respective users of different age groups, a questionnaire was developed over a two-month period, where were interviewed 50 persons of different age groups in the city of Elbasan. The aim is to obtain the necessary information on: the distribution of telephone companies, the amount spent by respondents over a month to recharge the phone as well as the most widespread way of communicating over the phone they use the most. The purpose of this topic is to give an overview of how mobile phones are used by people belonging to different age groups in the territory of Albania. It is also intended to point out the close connection of a phone with the user as a communication tool.

  • Issue Year: 2018
  • Issue No: 1
  • Page Range: 87-91
  • Page Count: 5
  • Language: Bulgarian