Pay Phones/Call cards
A payphone is a public telephone, with payment by inserting money (usually coins) or a debit card (a special telephone card or a multi-purpose car) or credit card before a call is made.
Payphones are often found in public places, transportation hubs such as airports or train stations, and on street corners. In some cases payphones are mounted in drive-up structures in which people in automobiles could make calls while still in their vehicles.
Payphones are basic and vital links in the chain of communications. With years of experience in the field, STC in conjunction with its partner Gemalto is an accredited leader in the payphone industry, providing customers with modified solutions, competitive compensation, robust and steadfast equipment and expert service.
Traditional bank cards may soon be phased out, thanks to the launch of biometric debit cards by Gemalto (Thales)
The new bank cards will allow consumers to buy goods using their fingerprints in a similar way to Apple’s Touch ID.