Is the number finally up for hundreds of Scotland’s payphones?



Not a single call was made from 707 payphones across Scotland’s towns and villages last year.
A major consultation is now under way by BT to cut the number of phoneboxes it operates in Scotland with hopes to remove around 1,500 – about a third – from public use.
It is a move which could save the company around £500,000 a year in maintenance costs with each phonebox costing, on average, £310 to keep in good order.
BT has recorded a 90 per cent dip in use over the decade with demand rapidly diminishing as mobile phone use booms.
But for rural communities in some part of Scotland, who live... read more

 
5 October 2016 in Business, Views: 33
Source: Scotsman
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