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telephone booth

telamones at Agrigentum
An enclosure for a telephone in a public area.
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People earlier used to visit etisalat offices to make calls to their home countries, but they provided phone booths at every nook and corner.
Telecom, under its initial pilot project outfitted phone booths in holiday locations over Christmas in December 2012 with Ruckus ZoneFlex 7762 outdoor dual-band 802.
Earlier, there were more than a dozen phone booths in the Abdullah Bin Thani area.
Last year, Batelco removed about 200 phone booths that it said were rarely used.
There are more than 300 deserted phone booths in the southern cities and villages, and 70 of these are in Sidon.
He said that the jail warden on trial did not take a count of the detainees when they were out of their cells to phone booths that day.
Another phone booth on nearby Oxford Street was cordoned off by forensic officers, as well as sections of the adjoining Portland Street.
In addition, a Parisian cafe and modified English phone booths were designed as employee break areas to draw attention to their international side of business.
With a GSM network in place by 2003 but way behind its competitors, Viva tweaked its plans and began with the phone booths in addition to handsets.
The organisation is installing phone booths in every Asda store, for children to use from December 19 to 21.
My wife Deborah worries when I head out on my bike here in traffic-intensive southern Connecticut where, other than the MetroNorth commuter line in and out of New York, there is virtually no public transit and people spend a lot of time sitting in traffic in their mobile phone booths.
Rural communities in the North East are particularly outraged at plans to remove 678 BT phone booths across the region.