A phone booth is space designed to assist with a telephone user’s ease of communication. An outdoor phone booth may be constructed with more durable materials for its longevity, and an indoor booth often comes furnished with more decorative elements and casual elements for greater comfort. Phone booths are often covered as a small structure with a door, windows and lighting though today they may or may not include a payphone. The first version of a phone booth was opened in January 1881 and offered users to buy paper tickets for a few minutes of talking time. Traditionally, the payphone user deposits coins into a slot on the telephone to pay for the call, while some payphones may provide a card reader. The quantity of phone booths has been slowly decreasing after the onset of the mobile telephone in 1973.
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