Well, yes and no. It might work but it would be
illegal to connect to their telephone network because
it wouldn't have their equivalent of UL, FCC and other
telecom specs. Their telephone networks are quite
different from ours. I used to do international
complaince testing for telecom mfgrs and North American
phones cannot pass their tests, just as their phones
cannot pass our tests. It's not one better than the
other, just different.
What's "totally" illegal mean? And a cell phone's not
nearly as neat as having a pay phone hooked up. I have
a credit card phone hooked up here - it even gives the
AT&T Bong (my doing, it's not real). Pay phones are
neat. Long's you don't collect money for them.
Make up your mind, you twit. YOu just said it was
illegal in your other post.
Pay phones in particular have entireley different
electric characteristics than regular phones - but
being ignorant of such things you wouldn't know that
even though you try to put your worthless cents in.
When you have nothing to say, that's what you should
Name calling: sure sign of a kaner. That other is a
Foster Parent Support newsgroup. Give it back to the
foster parents and stop with the childish, inane crap.
Do not go away mad, just go away; you don't own the
group anymore than anyone else does and you still have
not posted on topic there. Nor here much, for that
Go away? Not a chance Poop. *You* go away. Or, killfile me you stump
stupid high minded shit.
Now quit avoiding the real issues and go explain your stupidity in not
one, but two threads now. Your crappy 'advice' is being questioned.
Pop aint shit, he's just Poop.
Not so different. I have pay phone in my house and it works fine on
the US phone system. If the REN is different in UK, disconnect the
There are lots of "old phone" sites that will give you information
about the network wiring but mine was fine the way I bought it.
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