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Telephone Transfer Act 1911

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Telephone Transfer Act 1911

The Telephone Transfer Act 1911 was a United Kingdom statute, which nationalised the telephone companies. The National Telephone Company had become a monopoly and so the coalition Liberal and Labour government decided to take it into public hands.

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