At the age of eleven, he phoned in to a Palestinian public access TV show and sang for them live.
According to his mother he phoned her on the first day of the hostage crisis.
He phoned again that night and I was impressed by his honesty.
1884, shortening of telephone (n.). Phone book first recorded 1925; phone booth 1927; phone bill 1901.
"elementary sound of a spoken language," 1866, from Greek phone (see fame (n.)).
1884, from phone (n.). Related: Phoned; phoning.
flip phone, hold the phone