Remote Memory cards

The so-called "remote memory" card is predominant in the United States, where it was developed in order to find an universal system working with all the thousands of local telephone service providers and about 40…

Haiti, 1996

Haiti is a Caribbean country that occupies the western part of the island of Hispaniola, sharing it with the Dominican Republic, located in the eastern part. In the country only remote memory cards were used,…

Dominican Republic,1994

The Dominican Republic is a Caribbean nation that occupies the eastern part of the island of Hispaniola, which it shares with Haiti. The phone cards used are mostly of the remote memory type and have…

East Timor, 1999

A remote memory card, with a face value of $ 100 (US dollars), was provided to the Peace Keeping Force troops stationed in the country following the independence proclaimed after the occupation by Indonesia. The…

Bhutan, 2003

Bhutan Telecom, founded in 2000, installed the first autonomous public telephone booths in 2003. Previously, in fact, you could only call from public telephone offices, during opening hours and with the assistance of an operator.…

Afghanistan, 2002

In the country only a few cards were issued that used the remote memory system. The first of these, in 2002, was a 5 unit card of AWCC (Afghan Wireless Communication Company), which later produced…