Payphones becoming a rarity
MOORHEAD -- On the Minnesota State University Moorhead campus, Jenenne Guffey was quite the rarity. She didn't carry a cell phone.
That forced her to seek out another rarity: a working public payphone.
"It poses a problem. They're pretty much obsolete," said Guffey a 43-year-old grandma who graduated earlier this year.
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