Alexander Graham Bell’s first spoken words by telephone were, “Mr. Watson, come here, I want you,” on March 10, 1876. The message was received by Thomas Augustus Watson, an associate working on different floor in Bell’s house in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
March 10, 1876
Alexander Graham Bell
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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What were the first words ever spoken on the telephone? They were spoken by Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone, when he made the first call on March 10, 1876, to his assistant, Thomas Watson: “Mr. Watson–come here–I want to see you.”
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Jul 18, 2015 – On March 10, 1876, he reportedly made the first call to his assistant, Thomas Watson, saying these simple words: “Mr. Watson–come here–I want to see you.” The above photo depicts Bell on the telephone calling Chicago from New York during a demonstration in 1892.