Once upon a time, telegrams were the quickest way to send messages around the world. Often, they were more than just communication – many telegrams lived on as treasured keepsakes and historical records.
Building on this notion of lasting communication, TelegramStop.com offers a way to send your own traditional telegram. Designed to look and feel like the real thing, their telegrams are messages to hold in your hand and keep – something of a nostalgic notion these days.
(Hey, ever wonder why <STOP> was inserted at the end of sentences in old-fashioned telegrams? Punctuation cost extra and letters were free, up to a certain character limit, so users crafted their telegrams accordingly.)