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Old Yesterday, 9:43 pm   #41
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...the KT4 seems identical to the MF Statesman, but housed in a more angular, matte-finish case.
But there was obviously an LD version too: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Philips-D...IAAOSwsCdeG1wp

Definitely a Statesman if you look at the underneath pics.
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The other day I was in the garage and remembered to take a picture of the "Rank Xerox" branded Statesman phone. This one is definitely MF.

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I once saw a Pitney Bowes branded phone in an office that was used for paying for franked mail (I think).
It had various memory keys for sending various DTMF sequences to the system, one of them would have caused embarrassment if it was pressed after ceasing the line, it sent a sequence beginning with 999.
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Old Yesterday, 11:30 pm   #44
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Gosh, I remember the inphone ads!
I'm sure there was one with a bloke by a swimming pool, but it was a long time ago.
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Plessey version (PBT111) here too: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Plessey-B...IAAOSw6Mldg~Eh

The type I referred to in post 22.

And on Bob's site:
https://www.britishtelephones.com/pbt100.htm and
https://www.britishtelephones.com/pbt400.htm

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