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Callcard Information

Units
150
Catalogue Code
R4
Catalogue Type
Test
Manufacturer/Producer
Schlumberger SC5

Callcard Description

This Telecom Eireann test card was used by cardphone engineers to test the callboxes. This particular card was encoded with 150 units. These units could not be used to make any calls, and were erased by the engineer pressing an internal button inside the cardphone.

Note the presence of the Telecom Eireann logo and Moreno logo on the right.

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Series: Telecom eireann Test Cards

Comments   
0 #2 Nick Rankin 2015-02-04 18:27
Quoting Padraig Mulholland:
While sorting through some boxes in my parents house I've found a lot of call cards (most used but some mint), included in these are many foreign cards (yet again, most used but a few mint) . One in particular has me curious, it is the Telecom Eireann 150 unit test card... Is there any value to this card?

Hi Padraig,

I have sent you an email,

Regards,

Nick
0 #1 Padraig Mulholland 2015-02-04 17:46
While sorting through some boxes in my parents house I've found a lot of call cards (most used but some mint), included in these are many foreign cards (yet again, most used but a few mint) . One in particular has me curious, it is the Telecom Eireann 150 unit test card... Is there any value to this card?

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