HC Deb 09 August 1911 vol 29 cc1318-9W

asked the Postmaster-General if he will say how many telephone call offices are in the counties of York, Lincoln, and Norfolk; can he say whether the local and trunk calls are charged to users at a uniform rate; and will he state the various rates of charges in the respective counties?


Most of the telephone call offices in these counties belong to the National Telephone Company, and it would be necessary to communicate with the company as to the number of such offices and the fees for local calls charged at them. The fees for trunk calls are uniform, and can be given. If the hon. Member has any particular cases in view I shall be glad if he will send me a statement of the facts.