I visited Nice, France last week and my iphone was stolen. On my way to Italy, I stopped and made three calls from a pay phone at the Ventimiglia Train station to inform my parents my phone was stolen and to ask them to shut down the phone. I was charged $98.13 on my debit card for the first two calls and then $48.58 for the third call on my credit card. I was stunned to see the amount when I came home, I figured it would be a lot, maybe 30 or 40 dollars total but I did not think it would be 150. My brother had a similar issue in Europe and was able to get a partial refund, so he suggested I email the company. Is this realistic? Would they refund me partially? And also, I have absolutely no idea what company owns the phone booths in all of the Italian train stations. The phone booth is decorated in orange. I'm not sure if anyone on here will know the answer to my questions, but I really have no idea where else to go to ask.