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Thursday, June 9, 2011
Someone stole the coinbox from this phone. The buttons are difficult to push, but the phone works.
The line card says to call 211 for repair/refunds, but when I dialed 211 it asked for a coin deposit - not like I would have lost my money, being the coin box is gone, but I did not have a quarter on me at the time, and felt that that should have been a free call. Too bad, I really would have let Met Tel know that this phone was vandalized.
Oh, also - rings 2x then goes to modem.
*Met Tel tells me that "I need to contact the customer who owns the payphone" meanwhile it says Met Tel on the line card. The lady who I just spoke with also seemed very rude, and said I could report it to the police department as well. I advised her that it is not my place to call the police department, that I was merely trying to be courteous and advise the owner of the phone of what I observed.