Public Pay Phones

Public pay phones are nearly everywhere, and most work well. Pay phones are operated by a number of different companies: the most common and reliable are those marked with the name of the country's biggest phone company, Telmex. Telmex pay phones work on tarjetas telefónicas or tarjetas Ladatel (both the generic way of saying 'phone card'), which come in denominations of 30, 50 or 100 pesos (about US$3, US$4.50 and US$9, respectively). These cards are sold at many kiosks and shops - look for the blue-and-yellow sign reading De Venta Aquí Ladatel. Telnor owns the public phones in northern Baja.

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