Pakistan, 1992

In Pakistan there were several telephone companies, and some of these installed, at the beginning of the 90s, their public telephone system, using different systems: magnetic, optical and chip. The first cards issued in the country were the optical ones provided by Landis & Gyr to the telephone company Telecom Foundation. The subject of these cards, a rock arch on the sea, was later re-used several times for subsequent reprints. The first series, which was used for field trials in 1992, includes 3 values (25 units, 6,000 runs; 50 units, 3,000 runs; and 100 units, 1,000 runs) and is recognized by the serial code beginning with 211A.