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article imageA British climber has embarked the world's highest phone call

By Jishpar     Apr 2, 2007 in World
Rod Baber plans to climb Everest and then establish a world record by making a mobile call from the summit
He is planning to climb if weather permits him in the month of May. "There's no reason why it should not work," said Mr Baber who already holds a world record for reaching the highest point of every European nation.
It is become easy to talk from the peak of the everest as China has installed a line of sight to the north side of the mountain.
Rob is very confident of his future attempt. He said that he already tested his mobile in a very low temperature and also saying this is almost with permitting of weather.
Mr Baber is travelling in an expedition organised and run by experienced mountain climbing group HimEx which, says Mr Baber, has one of the best records of getting climbers to the top of the mountain.
He says carrying a mobile will not only him to be in contact with his family members and also helps him to break the record.
"It does not matter how fit you are," said Mr Baber, "the key reason to success is 80% psychological. Having someone you can speak to on the other end of the telephone can overturn those invisible obstacles."
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