A phone box in Ashwell, Rutland, has been turned into a life-saving hub.
In a decommissioned phone box in the village, a defibrillator has been installed.
BT have marked the 2,000th phone box initiative by paying for the equipment which has been supplied by the charity, the Community Heartbeat Trust.
A traditional red phone box in Rutland will get a new lease of life today.
It is being fitted out with a defibrillator.
The box, in Ashwell, is the 2000th in the country to be transformed this way.
It is hoped it could save the lives of heart attack victims.