BT Prison Phonecards

BT Phonecards were used in Britain's prisons from the late eighties to the early noughties. These specially encoded cards normally carrying the wording 'For Use in HM Prisons Only', couldn't be used in public cardphones.
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Home Office Official - Prison use - BT Phonecard - 10unit - CN: 891C (not inverted)

Home Office Official - Prison use - BT Phonecard - 10unit - CN: 891C (not inverted)

Home Office Official - Prison use - BT Phonecard - 20unit - CN: 927F

Home Office Official - Prison use - BT Phonecard - 20unit - CN: 927F

Home Office Official - Prison use - BT Phonecard - 40unit - CN: 902B

Home Office Official - Prison use - BT Phonecard - 40unit - CN: 902B

CUP000C2 908D(I) North Sea Camp used

North Sea Camp used

CUP000C2 909H(I) North Sea Camp used

North Sea Camp used

Fake or real? Frank Davidson "Frankie" Fraser, better known as "Mad" Frankie Fraser - signed HM Prison BT Phonecard

BT Prison Phonecards issued between 1987 and 2004

North Sea Camp BT Phonecard

BT Prison Phonecards issued between 1987 and 2004

HMP Whitemoor, HMP Dartmoor, Scottish Prison Service (SPS) and HM Prison BT Phonecards

BT Prison Phonecards issued between 1987 and 2004

10unit H.M.P. Kirkham Canteen BT Phonecard

BT Prison Phonecards issued between 1987 and 2004

Hand Stamped Prison BT Phonecards from the 1980s.

Hand Stamped Prison BT Phonecards from the


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