Paraguay, 1997

What is commonly considered the first issue of Paraguay, in reality has never been used in that country or elsewhere. It is a Landis & Gyr 120 units and code 901A, produced in 1989. The…

Panama, 1997

The first issue of Panama is a series of three phone cards, with values of $ 5, $ 10 and $ 20, all with the image of the Cable and Wireless logo. Subsequently they were…

Alaska (U.S.A.), 1993

Alaska, northwest of Canada, is the largest and least populous state in the United States. Although part of the U.S.A.,there were issued some chip cards that could be used only on site, in Schlumberger phones…

Guatemala, 2001

Telgua (Tel√©fonos de Guatemala) is the largest telecommunications company in Guatemala. Founded in 2001, in that year it issued the first telephone card: called "Ladatel", and very similar to those used in neighboring Mexico, it…

Georgia, 1996

Reborn as a state in 1991, after being a republic of the Soviet Union, Georgia installed public telephones that used electronic chip cards in 1996, but disposed of them in 2000, issuing only 7 cards.…

Liechtenstein, 1994

Several remote memory cards have been issued in this small country in the heart of Europe. However, what is considered to be the first issue is a chip demonstration card, produced for the International Fair…

Bahamas, 1992

The Bahamas are an island state of Central America, a coral archipelago of 700 islands, only 30 of them inhabited, in the Atlantic Ocean a few kilometers from Miami and Cuba. Public telephones, installed in…

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…

Hungary, 1991

It is not difficult to recognize the first phone cards of this nation of Eastern Europe ... the "First Issue" logo is clearly visible in Hungarian on the front of the cards, and in English…

Slovakia, 1993

Following the separation from the Czech Republic, on January 1, 1993, Slovakia began issuing its telephone cards, the first of which in the same month; it was a 50-unit card with a circulation of 20,000…