Phone booths: they’re so retro. So inextricably tied to Clark Kent and the quick donning of leotards.
Wherever you find them, payphones seem antiquated in this era of cellular telephones.
But in a sprawling metropolis such as New York, even though they’re outdated, they’re still ubiquitous.
What to do with all that infrastructure?
In New York, you replace them with Wi-Fi hotspots.