The longest call in the world is a long-distance phone call that lasted an impressive 75 hours and 45 minutes. It was made in 2005 by two Indian students, Ravi Kumar and K.A. Ravi Kumar, who were attending college in New Delhi at the time. The two students used a landline phone and managed to talk their way through the entire night and into the following day.
The call was made as part of a competition organized by a popular Indian magazine. The goal of the competition was to determine who could make the longest phone call. The two students were not only the winners of the competition, but they set a new world record which still stands today.
The students used what was essentially a regular landline phone to make the call. The call was made between New Delhi and Mumbai. The students used a prepaid calling card, which allowed them to make long-distance calls at a lower cost.
The call was mostly composed of conversations and discussions about everyday topics. Ravi Kumar and K.A. Ravi Kumar spoke about various topics such as their college classes, their families, their hobbies, and of course the competition. The two students also spoke about the latest news, sports, and other topics of interest.
The conversation was so engaging that the two students forgot about the time and ended up talking for 75 hours and 45 minutes. They also forgot about eating and sleeping during the call and stayed awake for the entire duration.
After the call, the two students became minor celebrities in India and appeared in various newspapers and magazines. The magazine that organized the competition also gave the students a prize of 10,000 rupees.
The longest call in the world is a remarkable feat and it shows the power of conversations and discussions. The two students managed to create a bond that kept them engaged for 75 hours and 45 minutes. It's an impressive accomplishment that still stands today.