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Public Telephone at the Granada Office

A public telephone is now installed in the entrance lounge of the Granada office. It accepts coins of 5, 10, 25, 50, and 100 Pesetas (no credit or telephone cards, unfortunately -- the Spanish telephone company TELEFONICA doesn't allow this option for privately installed telephones). The telephone can be used for local, national and international calls at any time, and it also can be called from outside at any time. The installation of this telephone enables guest observers to make international calls outside office hours (try to bring enough coins, however, or have you called back).

Wolfgang WILD

Robert Lucas
Thu Mar 9 14:41:52 MET 1995