• In 1889, the first public coin telephone was installed by inventor William Gray at a bank in Hartford, Conn. It was a "postpay" machine (coins were deposited after the call was placed). Gray's previous claim to fame was inventing the inflatable chest protector for baseball. Source:( and the source of the source: American Public Communications Council and AT&T Picture is the first touch-tone pay phone:
  • i have no idea and wondered why theyre not around anymore

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