An engagement over the phone may not be as personal or romantic as an in-person proposal, but it’s important to remember that what matters most is the sentiment behind the proposal and the commitment that the couple makes to each other.
It is possible for a couple to become engaged over the phone, although it is not as traditional as an in-person engagement. In this scenario, one of the partners may propose over the phone, and the other partner may accept.
However, it’s important to note that engagement is a significant commitment and it’s important for both partners to have open and honest communication about their feelings and intentions before making such a commitment.
Additionally, the engagement over the phone would still require an in-person or virtual follow-up conversation to confirm the engagement and to discuss next steps such as planning the wedding and setting a date.
Finally, engagements over the phone may not be considered legal by some countries and cultures, and it would be important to consult with a legal professional or check with the laws of the specific country where the couple is located to ensure that the engagement is considered legally binding.