They're found at convenient places, in grocery stores, or on the sidewalk.
Pay phones dotted the landscape before cell phones became popular. Now, it appears they may be a few years away from becoming obsolete.
"I don't see any pay phones, but I know they exist. It's like atom," said Amistead who used a pay phone seven months ago.
Over a course of decade, more than 200 providers dropped the pay phone service.
That includes AT&T and Verizon.
This is according to the Federal Communications Commission.
13WMAZ's Judy Le and Randall Savage located six different pay phones around Macon that didn't work.
"I have used one. I used one when I was in Mexico," said Genevie Lopez.
There's less of a need for these standing phones when most people depend on a portable one.
"If cell phones stopped working and land lines stopped working, I might try to find the nearest pay phone," said Gavin Ennis who has never used a pay phone.