50's Pay Phone Chrome
First introduced in the 1950s, the iconic 3-slot-style payphone was a street corner mainstay until 1965. Crosley's prepay replica will take you back to the pre-mobile-phone era when calls cost only a dime and old-fashioned phone booths were your lifeline away from home. While you can still enjoy the functional slot and listen to the jingle as your money is deposited you won't have to pay to use this classic reissue."
Push button technology. Rotary fashion dial. Redial feature. Tone/pulse switch. Ringer volume on/off switch. Earpiece volume control. Coin bank. Wall mountable. Cord length is 5 feet compressed and 11 feet stretched. You do not need to deposit money to make calls.