A small structure furnished with a payphone (and often a phone book) and designed for making calls. Usually the booth has a door to provide privacy and a window. This tag should ideally be used for glassed-in enclosures with a door, but at minimum should have at least privacy dividers and/or a weatherproof roof. Don't use this for open-air free-standing or plain wall-mounted payphones.
Common designs include the traditional British red multi-paned phone booths (post #838703, post #231675), and the more modern looking aluminum and glass boxes common in Japan and elsewhere (post #3488476, post #192616).
These usually feature the standard fat green Japanese payphones.