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Info terminals to replace phone boothsFocus short
12 May 2014 Compiled by Spectator staff IT
MULTIFUNCTIONAL terminals will replace eight non-functional telephone booths in Bratislava’s Old Town. These will be operated by the private company Fox One, the SITA newswire reported in mid-April.
“Instead of non-functional areas, we can have areas that will have a sensible function,” said Rosová.
Deputies of Bratislava’s Old Town greenlighted renting the pavements under the terminals in mid-April. The private company will rent in total eight square metres for 10 years for €1 per square metre, per year. It also has to pay a so-far unsettled tax of €28,080 for the usage of the public space under the telephone booths. The costs for obtaining the terminals are projected at €108,000, and the annual costs of their operation will exceed €27,000.
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