Some, with hundreds of dollars left in value, stopped working after one call
Sun Telecom, a provider of pre-paid international calling cards, is facing a licence ban for failing to provide IDD services to its customers.
LONG-distance phone cards have gone on sale in 10,000 taxis. The cards, with tourist sites printed on the face, will be sold in values of $50 and $100.
A man made hundreds of long-distance calls to his Fujian wife using an IDD phonecard stolen from a neighbour, a court heard yesterday.
Chan Wing-keung admitted stealing a phonecard...
One of the first things people from outside Hong Kong notice about the territory's telecommunications system is that local calls are free.
It is a welcome accident of history that...
Hongkong Telecom has launched a $50 commemorative phone card to mark last night's opening of the musical Les Miserables at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre.
A SIMPLE printing error or a natural disaster can turn the humble phone card into a 'hot' investment item, says Cyrus Lam, vice chairman of International Telephone Cards Collecting (ITCC).
I AM writing in response to the letter of your reader Olive Chawla, published in these columns on December 27.
I FIND the phonecards issued by Hongkong Telecom to be really useful. It is a good card, because there's no need to go through the operator if you want to make an overseas call.
EVERY tiny part of the operation at Hongkong Telecom is being scrutinised. Take phone cards, for instance.
The old stored-value cards had a limitless life span. Go away on business...
I AGREE entirely with the sentiments expressed by Mr Craig Addison in his letter headlined, 'Not genuine collectors', which appeared in the South China Morning Post, on December 18.