What is another word for telephone kiosk?

Pronunciation: [tˈɛlɪfˌə͡ʊn kˈiːɒsk] (IPA)

Telephone kiosk, also known as a phone booth, is a self-contained small cabin or a public telephone box that is commonly found along streets, in parks, or public places. In different countries, it has various names and styles like telephone box, phone closet, phone booth, or phone kiosk. A few countries like Canada, Australia, and the United States use telephone booths as well. In some regions, they are called communication cabins, call boxes, or phone shelters. Other synonyms for telephone booths include payphone shelters, telepost enclosures, and public call offices. Whatever the name, these communication assets serve as vital ways to connect people with friends and family away from home, business partners, and emergency services during critical times.

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