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053013PortlandOregonTripMP0161

SHOT 5/26/13 11:14:39 AM - A trio of Qwest payphones on a street in Portland, Oregon. Payphone revenues have sharply declined in many places, largely due to the increased usage of mobile phones. The abandonment of payphones by telephone companies has angered some people who consider them a communication staple for low-income and low-credit consumers. In particular, payphones are useful for foreign or generally non-local travellers who need to place local calls, as well as those who simply don't like or cannot afford mobile phones. (Photo by Marc Piscotty / © 2013)

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SHOT 5/26/13 11:14:39 AM - A trio of Qwest payphones on a street in Portland, Oregon. Payphone revenues have sharply declined in many places, largely due to the increased usage of mobile phones. The abandonment of payphones by telephone companies has angered some people who consider them a communication staple for low-income and low-credit consumers. In particular, payphones are useful for foreign or generally non-local travellers who need to place local calls, as well as those who simply don't like or cannot afford mobile phones. (Photo by Marc Piscotty / © 2013)