Telephone line cords are used to connect a telephone to the telephone line. They come in a variety of lengths, and they are terminated using different types of connectors depending of the application. Hardwired connections generally require spade terminals that are attached to the phone or phone line terminating block via screws. Connectors such as the 4 prong type that was widely used from the 1940's to 1960's require a phone cord with spade terminals. In contrast, modern phone cords are generally terminated with some type of compact connector such as the modular RJ-11 conenctor that is ubiquitous in North America.
Oldphoneworks can provide a variety of different termination options for telephone line cords. Whether you require traditional hard wired spade terminals, or modern modular connectors, we have the solution.