Magyar Telekom sends bill to its own public phone

Hungary's leading telecom company, Magyar Telekom mistakenly sent a phone bill to one of its own public phones.

The postman duly delivered the bill to the phone - which was for an amount of 0 (zero) Hungarian forints. For reference Remix articles always give a conversion to U.S. dollars, but in this case we will skip that step.

"For reasons of internal accounting, the public phones of Magyar Telekom are registered as individual subscribers. The pictured 0 forints bill was produced and mailed due to an unfortunate technical error. We have taken steps to remedy the mistake," Magyar Telekom said in a statement.

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