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phone cardnoun [C]

 us   /ˈfoʊn ˌkɑrd/
a card that you buy and use to pay for telephone calls from a public and sometimes from a private telephone
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phone cardnoun [C]

(also phonecard) uk   us   COMMUNICATIONS
a small card that you buy, with the number of a special phone service to make calls at reduced prices: International calls are much cheaper with phone cards than dialling direct.
a small card that you buy, that you can use to pay for a phone call from a public phone
(Definition of phone card from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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