Back in the day when you had to find a phonebooth to make an important call only to not only dial the wrong number but connect with a party line…

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7 thoughts on “Back in the day when you had to find a phonebooth to make an important call only to not only dial the wrong number but connect with a party line…

    1. Phone books lasted quite awhile..i know i didn’t officially switch to a cellphone until like 2006. Up til then I utilized a landline and an answering machine. By 2011 it seemed like the landline was becoming obsolete but I remember still getting a phonebook albeit smaller delivered free to the apartment complex.

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    1. Just like the white/yellow pages lingered longer than the pay phone. Although they should’ve kept the pay phone. Ya just never know you might need it because you forgot your phone or your battery died or you dropped your phone and broke it ect

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