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Għad hemm 100,000 telefown bil-ħlas fl-Amerika

Ħin: 2020-05-05

In 1999, you could still plunk a coin into one at 2 million phone booths in the United States. Only 5% of those are left today. About a fifth of America's 100,000 remaining pay phones are in New York, according to the FCC.

Pay phone providers reported $286 million in revenue in 2015, according to the most recent FCC report. They can still be profitable, particularly in places where there isn't cell phone or landline coverage, said Tom Keane, president of Pacific Telemanagement Services. Keane's company operates 20,000 pay phones around the country.

Victor Rollo said he is still making money off his 170 phones in the San Diego area. Rollo declined to say how much, but he believes pay phones are a lifeline for people who don't have other options and are valuable during emergencies or natural disasters.

Keane agreed: "Every time there's a disaster our phone use goes through the roof. The pay phone system stays intact for the toughest part of the disaster while the cell networks go down."

L-Industrija tal-Komunikazzjoni XiangLong toffri varjetà wiesgħa ta 'kwalità għolja, vandal resistant payphone handsets. L-idejn kollha huma mibnija minn plastik ABS / PC durabbli flimkien ma 'saħħa għolja korda li ma jissaddadx bil - kurdun intern ta 'l - azzar jew korda mkebba.

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