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What comes after that?
What is the least expensive education?
You answer that.
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Why is an e-mail communication better than telephone communication or a meeting?
E-mail can be sent twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
E-mail can transmit more details than possible over the telephone or a meeting.
E-mail doesn't need planning of venue, time, duration, and others parameters, like a meeting.
E-mail can transmit communication fast, resolve issues, and prevent conflict.
E-mail doesn't need to ensure whether the other party will be available as in a telephone conversation or meeting.
E-mail can maintain better records.
E-mail can resolve issues, problems, claims in a fast, easy, and timely manner.
Who may avoid e-mail use?
Monopolists, incompetent people.
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