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February 26, 2013 09:06:58 AM
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E-ticketing cards have run out of stock and the authorities will resume issuing cards when new stocks arrive.

100,000 cards have been sold and Vodafone has agreed to extend the $2 card offer for an equivalent period since the cards have ran out of stock.

According to e-ticketing product manager, Shailendra Prasad of Vodafone Fiji said that the cards ran out of stock due to the reduction of prive from $10 to $2.

The new set1 of cards is expected to arrive in the country by mid March.

By Indrani Krishna
 

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