Prepaid phone cards sold at retail come in paper, plastic, recyclable, custom-shaped, 3D, hologram and motion types. re credit-card styling on thick plastic that makes customers feel they are purchasing something of value," said Simon Bradwell, director of sales of enhanced services at LCI International Worldwide Telecommunications, San Antonio. However, Sprint, Kansas City, Mo., has moved away from plastic to another material in the production of its Foncard as it aims to stay on the ...

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