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He brought her clothes, shampoo, food and money for phonecards to talk to her mother Nora and seven siblings in Dungannon, Co Tyrone.
And so he launched Planet Phonecards, a site that offers savings on international phone calls.
Phonecards are still collected widely, especially abroad.
Up to August this year, pounds 11,000 had been doled out from the Common Good Fund, which pools cash from sales of phonecards, sweets and shaving foam.
A COCAINE snorting postman plundered currency and phonecards from the Royal Mail to fund his hidden addiction.
Each lucky winner will get pounds 1000 postal order to spend on - a laptop, a year's Post Office@ Broadband connection and a HomePhone package for their home - a supply of Post Office@ Phonecards and all the mobile top-ups you could need to have all your phone calls paid for a whole year
And Phonecards - no more rummaging for loose change.
BT concluded they might still be required by the community, but should be converted to accept phonecards or credit cards only, as well as emergency and reverse charge calls.
American Airlines steward Teresa Goforth organised the trip in association with the Wounded Warriors Foundation which will provide DVD and CD players, phonecards and other gifts for the wounded soldiers.
KHS Kisters has launchhed a new insert system to the market, designed to insert flat products such as CDs, phonecards, beer coasters etc in shrinkpacks, including tray shrinkpacks.
The robbers got away with pounds 500 and some phonecards after the robbery at the Wine Cellar, in Banbury Road, shortly before 11pm.