TELEPHONE SPECIAL RANGE No. 8016
style Plug and Socket version of TSR No. 1016.
The phone also had a high impedance tone caller.
Click on TSR No. 1016 for more information.
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.
TSR No. 1006A - DELTAPHONE with dial, mid-brown (see picture).
TSR No. 1016A - DELTAPHONE DELUXE with push button keypad. Red, green.
TSR No. 8006A - As SR 1006A but with PST line cord.
TSR No. 8016A - As TSR No. 1016A but with PST line cord.
Special Range Telephone Suffix's
Last revised: October 30, 2022