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In addition to the keypad, telephones have a "handset" which features an earpiece and a mouthpiece for listening and talking, respectively. Mobile/wireless telephones are usually called cell phones in Canada (cell comes from "cellular").However the coverage is often limited to the urbanized areas, which can be a problem given Canada's often remote and thinly populated areas.This article contains a discussion by Trip Advisor members concerning the above topic.
For visitors to the rest of the island of Newfoundland, particularly those visiting the ever more popular ski resorts accessed by the Deer Lake airport, will need to visit a local cellphone supplier. Public telephones, often called pay phones, are usually operated by coin, credit card or smart card.
The exception, of course, is when a toll-free call is made.