Welcome to McPayphone

Home of the McPayphone

Hello, and welcome to McPayphone, a project to catalog America's half million payphone numbers and payphones from abroad.

To submit a number, send an email to webmaster@mcpayphone.com. When submitting it, please include the landmark (Burger King, Police Dept., unknown, etc.), location (road it's on, street corner, or address) and anything noteworthy. You can also submit your name with the post because I like to give credit for others' efforts.

If you have any questions about how to read the guide or submit numbers, email me. Otherwise, enjoy some free and open source information.




Stateside
Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut District of Columbia Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio (North/South) Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas US Virgin Islands Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming

International
Australia Belgium Brazil Canada China Colombia Croatia Czech Republic Denmark France Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Mexico Monaco The Netherlands New Zealand Poland Portugal Romania St. Kitts & Nevis Slovakia Spain Switzerland United Kingdom Uruguay Thailand The Vatican

Recycled
Ex-Payphones


Contact McPayphone to submit numbers at webmaster@mcpayphone.com

Links
  • Search Engine Marketing & Optimization
  • Payphone_net Payphone Club



  • McPayphone History

    McPayphone started in 2000 as a personal hobby, inspired by the Mojave Desert Phone Booth. In time, the collection grew to over 10,000 domestic and international numbers. It has grown into a reference tool and has aided in missing persons and telephone harassment cases.

    The original site was deleted by Yahoo for violation of its terms of service policy, which were not allowed to be corrected or even elaborated upon.

    Luckily, McPayphone had paper copy of a lot of the numbers, which have been laboriously re-entered. The site has lost a bit, but the McPayphone foundation is working toward a directory filled with open source information.

    We are also looking forward to making international links and learning about other cultures (like that odd Canadian one that has "Mr. Sub" instead of Subway).