Bought one of these with my stimulus check. I'm fortunate enough to still be employed as I work for the city.
I'm super stoked. I can't wait.
New Old Stock payphone from 1985. There're even additional parts and upgrades for that particular model on eBay. It has the (apparently) rarer 1/2 size key pad, but I might pick up a full-size key pad as that's the type we had here in California. Would love to pick up some old Pacific Bell branding stuff, hopefully a coin box door and a sticker.
Price seemed nice compared to the others out on eBay. They also seem to be selling pretty quick.
The last time I bought SIMMs, I bought half a dozen 128 meg SIMMs for around $10 apiece. Two were used in a Cobalt Raq, and four are waiting for when I recap a Quadra 800 motherboard so I can have a system with 520 megs.
The price difference should be negligible, but I was thinking that requiring less SIMM sockets should reduce complexity and cost, no?