TELEPHONE SPECIAL RANGE No. 1006
B MARKETING COMMERCIAL
4 Facilities and Apparatus
Issue 1, Jan 1980
SPECIAL RANGE TELEPHONE (SRT)
This instruction deals with the physical description, field of use, title and identification of the telephone.
Another ill-fated attempt to give the Trimphone another lease of life came when some bright spark had the idea of cladding the telephones in leather. The cases discoloured rapidly from finger grease and other contaminations but this did not deter the Post Office from including these unfortunate instruments in their Special Range in 1980 under the Deltaphone name.
Made by STC, the Deltaphone was just a leather covered Trimphone, with a Plug No. 505. This plug was inserted into the jack socket and was then covered with a small sheaf, which was supposed to stop the plug being removed from the socket.
TSR No. 1006A - DELTAPHONE with dial, mid-brown (see above).
TSR No. 1016A - DELTAPHONE DELUXE with push button keypad. Red, green.
TSR No. 8006A - As TSR 1006A but with PST line cord.
TSR No. 8016A - As TSR 1016A but with PST line cord.
Sales Brochure - PH2523
Country of Origin - Belgium (ATEA).
Introduced in 1981.Special Range Telephone Suffix's
A = NO RECALL, CALLING DEVICE
B = NO RECALL, NO CALLING DEVICE
C = RECALL, CALLING DEVICE
D = RECALL, NO CALLING DEVICE
G = MF DIALLING
Last revised: April 22, 2023