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callbox

[ˈkɔːlbɒks] N (Brit) → cabina f (telefónica)
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callbox

[ˈkɔːlˌbɒks] n (Brit) → cabina telefonica
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Facilities can now respond quickly and appropriately when customers communicate directly with associates using the wireless callbox. The wireless technology allows facilities to easily add callboxes without adding additional personnel or infrastructure.
Maria Fe Manuel - Senior Client Services Manager at Callbox Inc.
The entry of BPO companies began in 2004 with Callbox Solutions.
So late one Sunday evening with contractions and other signs we dashed down the road to the callbox to call the ambulance; we had no phone or car.
It's called a gated community, at the entrance there's a gate with a callbox for visitors.
And you are calling from a callbox or your mobile, are you?" * Woman: "My mobile, yeah...it has spread an amount now...the, oh my God." * Operator: "Is the school a comprehensive?" * Woman: "Yeah it's a comprehensive school this, right opposite there across the new red, gravel football pitch, it's right opposite that.
There is no booze on sale there (you have to bring your own) and no TVs, room phones (there is one callbox) or internet access, so it's a marvellous get-away-from-it-all experience.
I take shelter in a callbox plastered with postcards of call-girls.
Hours before the explosion a woman phoned from a public callbox in the Purley exchange area, warning that a bomb had been placed in the tower.