Tunisia, 1983

Landis & Gyr optical cards went into circulation in Tunisia in 1983 and used for several years; the first issue includes three red ordinary cards without notch, with a paint-type print, and face values of…

Uganda, 1992

A series of four magnetic cards, supplied by the Japanese Tamura, was used in Uganda since 1992. It consisted of four values: 50, 100, 500 and 1000 units, and it should be noted that the…

Zaire, 1995

Zaire was the name of a sovereign state between 1971 and 1997 in Central Africa that is now known as the Democratic Republic of Congo. Telecel, Africa‚Äôs first cellular service provider, was founded in 1986…

Zambia, 1996

The first card used in Zambia was from the ZamTel Company and it was a card with a Gemplus rechargeable chip. In fact, on the card appears the writing "Return after use", ie it had…

Zimbabwe, 1995

The first phone cards of this nation were two chip cards illustrated, issued by P & T Corporation, the national telephone company. Face values were $ 30 (Zimbabwe dollar) and $ 100, both with a…