New Yorkers turn to pay phones to reconnect after superstorm:

11/1/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The

Public pay phones in Manhattan are enjoying a surge in demand as New Yorkers seek an alternative to unavailable wireless communications, this article notes. "Phones that normally do $2 a day are taking in $50 a day. In times of distress, the people of the city love them," said Peter Izzo of Van Wagner Communications, a pay-phone franchiser.

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