Telemegaphone Dale

Telemegaphone Dale stands seven metres tall on top of the Jøtulshaugen mountain overlooking the idyllic Dalsfjord in Western Norway.

When you dial the Telemegaphone’s phone number the sound of your voice is projected out across the fjord, the valley and the village of Dale below.

Telemegaphone Dale is supported by Fjaler Kommune, Nordic Culture Point, KORO and nkd - nordic artists’ centre in dale. It was reopened Monday 3 August 2009 as a permanent service and landmark. Read more...

Closed for the deer hunt

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Telemegaphone Birmingham?

We are scouting locations for future telemegaphones and have recieved many interesting suggestions.

Where would you like the next telemegaphone to be?

What is a telemegaphone?

Telemegaphones are tall loudspeaker sculptures that automatically answers incoming phone calls and projects the sound of the caller's voice into its immediate surroundings.

Telemegaphone Dale 2009: Jøtulshaugen

  • Telemegaphone at its post  -  Telemegaphone Dale
  • Telemegaphone Silhouette  -  Yellow Jøtulshaugen mist
  • Telemegaphone Dale  -  View from Jøtulshaugen. (Photo: Erik Sandelin)

Telemegaphone Dale 2008: Bergskletten