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payphone

(ˈpeɪˌfəʊn)
n
(Telecommunications) a public telephone operated by coins or a phonecard
Translations
telefonní automat
mønttelefon
GroschengrabMünzfernsprecher
kolikkopuhelin
javna govornica
公衆電話
공중전화
telefonkiosk
ตู้โทรศัพท์สาธารณะที่ต้องหยอดเหรียญ
máy điện thoại trả tiền

payphone

[ˈpeɪˌfəʊn] pay station (Am) ncabina telefonica

payphone

هَاتِفٌ عُمُومِيّ telefonní automat mønttelefon Münzfernsprecher τηλέφωνο με κερματοδέκτη teléfono público kolikkopuhelin cabine à pièces javna govornica telefono a pagamento 公衆電話 공중전화 telefooncel telefonkiosk płatny telefon telefone público таксофон telefonkiosk ตู้โทรศัพท์สาธารณะที่ต้องหยอดเหรียญ ankesörlü telefon máy điện thoại trả tiền 付费电话
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A BT spokesperson said: "BT is committed to providing a public payphone service, but with usage declining by over 90% in the last decade, we continue to review and remove payphones which are no longer used.
A BT spokeswoman said: "BT is committed to providing a public payphone service, but with usage declining by over 90% in the last decade, we've continued to review and remove payphones which are no longer needed.
BT is committed to providing a public payphone service, but with usage declining by over 90 per cent in the last decade, we've continued to review and remove payphones which are no longer needed.
WiMacTel, a Telecom company and one of North America's largest provider of payphone services, including call centers, has acquired Texas based National Extra Effort Payphone (NEEP) coin and emergency payphone assets.
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Batelco, Bahrain's leading communications company, has requested feedback from customers regarding a number of public payphone that are rarely or never used, which it plans to remove from service.
Under the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies of Azerbaijan, Aztelekom Production Association has launched a project to install payphone in the Defense Ministry's units.
I haven't used a payphone here in more than 20 years.
Three men used a crow bar and sledge hammer to remove a payphone from Hexham House, Walker, Newcastle, at around 6.
Others are being relocated as part of an overhaul of the payphone network.
In addition, the UK's British Telecom reported a 50% decline in public payphone calls in the previous three years (The Highland Council, 2008).