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Marvel of Push Button Telephones


A class apart
In style and technology
Punwire DVX 100
Push Button Telephones


In technical collaboration with
Ericsson of Sweden
Punwire spans the entire range of modern radio communications. In critical Defence, Police, Paramilitary, Business, Agriculture and Scientific sectors.
Punwire now brings you a range of state of the art Push Button Telephones, approved by the Department of Telecommunications and currently being supplied to MTNL. Sleek and nagged with advanced features like Electronic Speech Circuit, Linear Microphone, Last Number Redial, Adjustable Volume control. And in a choice of attractive colours.
Giving you the world at a touch. Conveniently.
And in style
Punwire
Spearheading communications


- An ad from 1980s for Push Button Telephone by Punjab Wireless Systems. It was a time when state owned MTNL only offered rotary dial phones.

Punjab Wireless Systems Limited was incorporated in 1975 and delisted from the Bombay Stock Exchange in 2002.

4 comments:

  1. oh I remember the first time we got one of these push button phones, was in early 90s I think that these started appearing

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  2. Yes, MTNL started supplying push button phones with "connection" in the 90s...I guess in the 80s, push button were a luxury item.

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  3. Old rotating dial telephones could be locked easily preventing 'misuse' from visiting relatives and friends. Push button telephones were not easily lockable...Still we had different design lock covers that would hide the Keypad...

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  4. Different design lock covers to hide the Keypad. Haha...that was the real marvel.

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