Oral Answers to Questions — Telephone Service

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  • Congleton Exchange (5 speeches)

    Air Commodore Harvey: asked the Postmaster-General when he is planning to install an automatic telephone exchange at Congleton.

  • London Directories (7 speeches)

    asked the Postmaster-General if he is aware of the inconvenience being caused to Greater London telephone subscribers by the separation of the directories for the London Postal Area from the...

  • Coloured Telephones (Cost) (6 speeches)

    asked the Postmaster-General the cost to his Department of one black telephone instrument, one green telephone instrument, one ivory telephone instrument and one red telephone instrument.

  • Party Lines (6 speeches)

    asked the Postmaster-General what proportion of applicants for telephones who are compelled to share a party line are former subscribers transferred owing to a change of home or business.

  • Public Call Boxes (Fraudulent Calls) (4 speeches)

    asked the Postmaster-General what evidence has been given to his Department that certain members of the public have discovered a method of using public call boxes for making telephone calls...

  • Tadcaster (4 speeches)

    asked the Postmaster-General how many applications for the installation of telephones there are still outstanding in the Tadcaster rural district area.

  • Northern Ireland (4 speeches)

    asked the Postmaster-General the number of applications for telephones outstanding in Northern Ireland; and how many of these are in Belfast.