The Pay Phone

In Trinidad and Tobago, people hardly use pay phones; the reason for this is: it is more economical to use a cellular phone.

Recently, I saw one at the roadside and reminisced about the days when there used to be a long line of people who waited patiently to use the pay phone (Those days are long gone).

There are still a few around the country, but I have a sneaky feeling that most of them are either highly problematic or non-functional.

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5 responses to “The Pay Phone

  1. thesubterraneanworld

    Gosh! Is that really true?? No booth phones in the entire Trinidad???
    Wow! That is like less burden on the Government ;) lol
    I liked the post though :) I am following your blog as it seems interesting :) Thanks for visiting my blog too, keep reading :)
    Cheers!
    -Naima.

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