As mentioned above, the Post Office managed to meet most of its wallphone needs from the Tele 221, a converted Tele 121. However, as with GEC and Siemens Brothers, Ericsson Telephones produced their own designs of wallphones. If Siemens Brothers’ No 367 is the wall version of the 200 type Neophone, then the first two models shown here can be considered as wall versions of the 300 type, with the same sharp edges to the moulding. The third example has softer edges and is similar to the styling of the 1000 type telephone, which as a desk telephone was never used by the Post Office.