NEW YORK -- The prepaid industry is moving beyond gift cards and phone-related services, said speakers at the Prepaid Markets Expo held here recently. e, a prepaid products and services provider based in Miami. A value-pack approach to prepaid services is one possibility, Sancho told attendees. She described the purchase of discounted haircuts or dental services through an interactive kiosk at a retailer as a possible future development. Speaking on the same panel, Tim McCallum, who is ...

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