After Sandy, Wired New Yorkers Get Reconnected With Pay Phones

After Sandy, Wired New Yorkers Get Reconnected With Pay Phones

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New NEW YORK — Alison Caporimo, a 24-year-old who lives in Manhattan’s East Village, is undaunted by newfangled smartphones and computers. But as for old-fashioned, coin-slot pay phones? The magazine editor had never really trained her Warby Parker eyeglasses on the contraptions. “I lost a lot of coins,” confesses Ms. Caporimo,...
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