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is a small structure furnished with a payphone and designed for a telephone user's convenience.In the United States and in some parts of Canada, "telephone booth" (or "phone booth") is the commonly used term for the structure, while in the Commonwealth of Nations (particularly the United Kingdom and Australia and most of Canada), it is a "telephone box" (or "phone box").Special equipment installed in some telephone booths allows a caller to use a computer, a portable fax machine, or a telecommunications device for the deaf.The user of the booth pays for the call by depositing coins into a slot on the telephone.This allows a computer user to connect with remote computer services by means of a short range device stationed within the booth.
It is permitted to remove a kiosk without consultation provided that there is another kiosk within 400 m (1,300 ft) walking distance.
An outdoor booth may be made of metal and plastic to withstand the elements and heavy use, while an indoor booth (once known as a silence cabinet) may have more elaborate architecture and furnishings.
In the UK, the creation of a national network of telephone boxes commenced in 1920 starting with the K1 which was made of concrete, however the city of Kingston upon Hull is noted for having its individual payphone service, with cream coloured phone boxes, as opposed to classic royal red in the rest of Britain.
These uses may make the complete disappearance of pay phones in the near future less likely.
Often, at least in emergency, a phone call can be made from a hotel or a shop, making public pay phones less needed. By 2007, Finnet companies and Telia Sonera Finland had discontinued their public telephones, and the last remaining operator Elisa Oyj did that during the beginning of that year.