"If a pay phone isn't covering its costs, we take it out," said Jim Smith, a spokesman for Verizon, which operates more pay phones in New York than any other company. "Toward the late '90s, the wireless phenomenon really got some momentum. That really put the squeeze on the pay phones."This begs the question:
Do pay phone locations have the infrastructure needed for digital signage?
Undoubtedly, some pay phone locations that are being removed offer great locations for digital signage. We'd like to hear your thoughts.