Who was the first person you ever called?

Telecommunications on the Isle of Man has come a long way since 130 years ago when Douglas-born George Gillmore was granted a licence by The Post Office to operate a public phone system in the Island. The “network” began with just four subscribers!

In a series of Extraordinary Connections we look at the Island’s communications and technology landmarks... past, present and future.

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