This research paper analyzes the different phases of mobile phone conversations. In order, the opening stages consist conversation execution are summons, recognition, response, identification, location, availability, greeting, and How-are-you. There are many variables affecting mobile calls such as the level of features in use by users and the overall network condition at the time a conversation takes place. When a call is initiated, at each step in the process of recognition, response, and identification, data loss can occur. Depending on the initial conditions of the call, whole parts of the call could be lost, or the call could go through perfectly. Other factors that affect the various stages of mobile phone conversations are the degree of familiarity between the callers, the continuity of shared experiences, the time of the most recent previous call, and the network load. The development of most mobile phone conversations can be divided into two categories, relationship-centered and topic-centered conversations. Relationship-centered conversations begin without any special reason and thus have a high likelihood of touching on a wide range of topics. On the other hand, since topic-based conversations begin with a clear objective in mind, these conversations generally stick to one topic. A survey of mobile phone users reveals that 67% of respondents calls with business, while 21% of respondents call to chat or make small talk. 9% call to ask how the other party is doing, while 2% said that they call to express their feelings. The end of mobile phone conversations can be divided into the following stages: leave-taking information, leave-taking statement, Goodbye. Similar to the call initiation phases, call termination can be influenced by such diverse factors as degree of friendliness between the callers, continuity of shared experiences, and the situation surrounding the phone call.