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Emergency Info.

emergency

police 110

ambulance, Fire fighter 119

Koyasan comprehensive clinic

631 Koyasan Koya-cho, Ito-gun, Wakayama Prefecture 648-0211
Open 8:30~ 11:30 13;00~ 16:00


How to Use a Public Pay Phone

There are two types of public pay phones: analog and digital. During normal operation, there is no difference between the two types. However, usage differs during blackouts and toll-free calls.

Digital public pay phone Analog public pay phone
Appearance
Normal Use Lift the receiver, insert money or telephone card, then dial the number.
Emergency Use You do not need money or a telephone card. Lift the receiver and dial 1-1-0. You do not need money or a telephone card. Lift the receiver, press the EMERGENCY button, and then dial 1-1-0.
Use during Blackouts [Liquid Crystal Display is Off]
Same as during normal use, except that you cannot use a telephone card.
*If there are multiple telephone units placed in the same location, some of them may not work during a blackout.
[The Red Light is Off]
Same as during normal times, except that you cannot use a telephone card.
Use during Toll-Free (Emergencies, etc.) You do not need money or a telephone card. Lift the receiver and dial the number. Lift the receiver, insert money or telephone card, then dial the number.
After your call is complete, the money or telephone card will be returned to you.

*1 The call is through 110(Police), 118(Coast Guard), or 119(Fire, Ambulance).
*2 However, once the battery has been depleted, you cannot make calls even using money.
*3 If a natural disaster subject to the Disaster Relief Act occurs, and if NTT East/NTT West has deemed that victims must have access to phone calls (due to blackouts, etc.), calls from public pay phones might be toll-free.

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