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  • n. Plural form of phonecard.

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Examples

  • And if they want to talk to their families, they can buy phonecards.

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  • We only speak nicely of the branch of service,the command,and we never ever discuss problems such as...um...the phone card shortage that happened 2 weeks into the deployment,and yet no one had the sense to inform us we could get the ship to shore phonecards in advance at the NEX...why didn't the FRG mention this?

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  • Also on the list of confiscated goods were Telkom phonecards worth R1000 - taken from only one prisoner - 22 irons, 36 kettles, a microwave oven, a frying pan, five hairclippers and an electrical fan, SIU spokesman Mike Campbell said on Thursday.

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  • The cheapest cellphones cost about 80 dollars and pre-paid phonecards sell for 10 dollars, at a rate of about 25 cents a minute for local calls.

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  • "As a communications company, we want to support this culture and keep people talking to each other through products and services such as these phonecards," Moseneke said.

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  • Large selection of discount phonecards with instant pin ...

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  • Alternatively, if you'd simply like some information about Telkom's phonecards, you'll find the information here.

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  • Detailed evaluations of free ISPs, PC2phone, phonecards, computer books, plus other freebies.

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  • Co-operating fully with the investigation, he was sentenced to just a year in prison, where he earned the nickname 'Picasso' by doing portraits of other inmates in return for phonecards.

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