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The end is for New York's public pay phones. New York City officials say workers are currently all public pay phones from the city's streets. Pay phones used to everywhere in the city - on every street corner and in every park and public place. Engineers have the removal work by away 30 pay phones from the Hell's Kitchen area of the city. In the coming months, the remaining phones will . New York City spokesman Corey Johnson the CNN news agency that: "The antiquated and outdated pay phone booths up much-needed sidewalk space. Removing these booths a win for pedestrians who these crowded blocks."

Many New Yorkers probably won't even the phones are . Most younger people have never used one. They may have to the instructions to use a phone, and for coins to feed it. Modern technology means the public phone no longer needed. Over 95 per cent of Americans have a mobile phone. Mr Corey said New Yorkers no longer the phones. He said: "My office has numerous community complaints from local residents about these antiquated pay phones, which public safety and quality of life issues. Additionally, they up sorely needed sidewalk space that could better people with disabilities and families with strollers."

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