Last working pay phone removed in NYC

New York City's last working public pay phone was removed from Midtown Manhattan on Monday. Officials said many booths are being replaced with Wi-Fi kiosks.
0:14 | 05/24/22

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- A final image tonight, and a true sign of the times, workers today disconnecting the last public payphone in Midtown Manhattan. Hoisting it up, loading it onto a truck. The receivers on the ground there. They're now headed to a city museum. How many calls on those phones?

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