Anguilla, 1989

Anguilla, 1989

Anguilla is a British overseas territory located in the Caribbean, the most northerly of the Leeward islands in the Lesser Antilles. The first telephone cards used were provided by Cable & Wireless and produced by…

Antigua e Barbuda, 1989

Antigua & Barbuda, 1989

Antigua and Barbuda is a former British possession, became independent since 1981, composed of the two homonymous islands and several smaller islands. The first telephone cards used were provided by Cable & Wireless and produced…

Aruba, 1988

Aruba, 1988

The Caribbean island, dependent on the Netherlands, used the Landis & Gyr system from 1988 to 1996, and until 1992 the only cards were ordinary blue ones. The first printed values were two: 60 and…

Barbados, 1989

Barbados, 1989

Barbados is an independent island nation, part of the Lesser Antilles, located on the border between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The first telephone cards used were provided by Cable & Wireless and…

Isole Vergini Britanniche, 1989

British Virgin Islands, 1989

The British Virgin Islands are a British overseas territory and are part of the Virgin Islands volcanic archipelago in the Antilles Sea, divided between the United Kingdom and the United States of America. They include…

Cayman Islands, 1986

Cayman Islands, 1986

The Cayman Islands, an autonomous British Overseas Territory, are located in the western part of the Caribbean Sea and consist of three islands. Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. The first phonecards used were…

Costa Rica, 1989

Costa Rica, 1989

A set of 3 magnetic cards with deep notch was issued by GPT: 50 units (15,000 printed), 100 units (7,500), and 800 units (2,500) and they went on trial in 1989. After some years of…

Cuba, 1993

Cuba, 1993

Chip cards issued by Etecsa (Empresa de Telecomunicaciones de Cuba SA) have been widely used on the island for several years since 1994. However, the first public telephone cards were issued by Intertel (Empresa Internacional…

Dominica, 1989

Dominica, 1989

As with many other Caribbean islands, the first cards used were supplied by GPT, and included a series of four with the same image and values of EC $ 5.40 (code 1CDMA), EC $ 10…

Giamaica, 1989

Jamaica, 1989

Compared to other Caribbean islands, Jamaica, although it is the most populated, began later to use the phone cards; however, numerous cards were issued, even in large quantities. The cards were supplied by GPT, and…