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# phone box

This year
The last of Ireland's payphone boxes are set to be disconnected by the end of the year
Of the 105 remaining kiosks, 11 will become digital kiosks, while the other 94 are set to be removed.
All time
Almost 90% of remaining public payphones removed in last six months
This Dublin community is getting its first public defibrillator installed in an old fashioned phone box
New York Times has to explain what a phone box is to its younger readers
How many of these once everyday items have you forgotten about?
9 survival skills you needed before mobile phones