With the extensive mobile network we all enjoy, the payphone seems like an antique of the past.
But sometimes they're needed, and for one user, who made a one-minute call to a family member from an airport-based payphone, the cost appearing on his credit card bill was a shocking $11.49.
Would it cost that much to have made the call on a mobile phone? And why would almost $12 a minute be acceptable?
What are the real costs are for payphone calls - and does there need to be clarification of the rates to users?