HC Deb 17 July 1933 vol 280 c1527
27 and 28. Mr. BARCLAY-HARVEY

asked the Postmaster-General (1) what was the cost of establishing a rural telephone exchange in 1925; what is the cost to-day; and what were the charges to subscribers in 1925 and what they are to-day; and

(2) what was the cost of erecting a mile of rural telephone line in 1925; what it is at the present time; and how much of those costs are represented by materials and labour, respectively?


I am obtaining the information, and shall circulate it as soon as possible.