examples of telephones 
The shape and function of telephones is constantly evolving; today’s phones relay computer data as well as voice communication.
Telephone located in public places; it functions when coins or payment cards are inserted into the phone box.
Movable part of the telephone made up of the receiver and the transmitter.
Button that controls the loudness of the phone.
coin return bucket
Small chamber for retrieving coins.
Device used to read a payment card (credit card, calling card or prepaid card).
Button used to make another telephone call without hanging up the handset.
Liquid crystal display that shows a variety of information such as dialed number and prepaid card balance.
Slot for inserting coins into a telephone to pay for a call.