What is the company getting paid? What's the subsidy for this one unused, unneeded phone?
quote:K & M isn't alone since Nebraska's Public Service Commission requires each town in the State to have at least one 24-hour public pay phone. While the companies probably don't like eating these costs, the source article omits the fact that most of these telcos (small and large alike) have been subsidized billions for years for services they may -- or may have not -- ever actually provided
Excuse me, I am not doubting that it costs $1500, or that it made $3.25 in a year. I am simply making commentary on that. So don't go around blaming me for saying things that I clearly and obviously didn't say.