Alexander Graham Plane
As the era of novelty telephones took hold in the 1970s, third-party phones of all shapes and gimmicks began finding their way into homes. Most telephone companies were still discouraging the practice of customers connecting third-party phones to their lines, but interestingly-shaped phones caught on regardless. Canadian phone company Northern Telecom addressed the issue with their own cute airplane-inspired phone.
The Alexander Graham Plane, part of Nortel's “Imagination” line of contemporary telephone designs, was one of very few novelty phones of the period to be actively manufactured and made available by a telco.