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Telephone Applications Glasgow

Volume 463: debated on Tuesday 12 April 1949

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asked the Postmaster-General how many persons were on the waiting list for a telephone service in Glasgow at the last convenient date and how many were on the same waiting list a year before.

There were 15,320 applications for telephone service outstanding in the Glasgow telephone area at the end of March, 1948, and 16,141 at the end of March, 1949. During the intervening period, 7,340 exchange lines and 12,894 telephones were connected.