ATCA (Antique Telephone Collectors Association)
The Antique Telephone Collectors Association, or ATCA, is the largest telephone collectors organization in the world. Chartered in 1971 as a non-profit corporation by the state of Kansas, its over 1000 active members are located throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia.

Telephone Collectors International is an organization of telephone collectors, hobbyists and historians who are helping to preserve the history of the telecommunications industry through the collection of telephones and telephone related material. Our collections represent all aspects of the industry; from the very first wooden prototypes that started the industry to the technological marvels that made the automatic telephone exchange possible.

Payphone 411
Information & Documentation on Nortel, Protel, Western, Elcotel, Ernest, Intellicall payphones and more. General documentation, videos and photos on the Bell System. Payphone programming.

Australasain Telephone Collectors Society Inc.
At this site, you will learn about our Telecommunications and Sound Collecting Society based in New South Wales, A.C.T. and Queensland, Australia. There is information about the hobbies of Telephone and Sound Equipment Collecting as well as articles on history, important people, restoration as well as particular telephones and pieces of sound equipment. There are also links to other collector societies and museums as well as other interesting communication related websites all over the world.

Mobile Phone Museum
Located in Dobsina, Slovakia. The museum was created from a private collection of more than 2000 telephones. Our goal is to keep these pieces of technical history, some mobile phones were designed and technical gems of their time.