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خرید کارت شارژ ایرانسل و همراه اول - charge card

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    تاریخ عضویت:
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    کارت شارژ به انگلیسی « Charge card » : معمولا یک کارت کاغذی است که به عنوان روشی برای پرداخت بهای مصرفی استفاده می‌شود. کارت شارژها معمولا دارای مبلغ و کاربرد مشخص هستند.​
    کارت شارژ در ایران اولین بار توسط اپراتور تلفن همراه ایرانسل برای افزایش اعتبار مشترکین سیم کارت اعتباری ارائه گردید. پس از آن اپراتور همراه اول نیز از همین روش به منظور افزایش اعتبار مشترکین اعتباری خود استفاده کرد. اپراتور اعتباری تالیا نیز با ارائه کارت شارژ با مبالغ مختلف، همین شیوه را در اختیار کاربرانش قرار داد. امروزه کارت شارژها در اکثر مغازه‌های سوپرمارکت قابل تهیه هستند. همچنین با گسترش نفوذ تجارت الکترونیک و امکان خرید اینترنتی، وب سایت‌هایی نیز به منظور خرید اینترنتی کارت شارژ راه اندازی شده‌اند. این وب سایت ها معمولا کارت شارژها را با قیمت‌هایی کمتر از بازار به کاربران عرضه می‌کنند و از آنجا که به وسیله کامپیوتر و موبایل از هرجایی قابل دسترس هستند، مورد استقبال متقاضیان کارت شارژ قرار گرفته‌اند.​
    Charge card
    A charge card is a card that provides a payment method enabling the cardholder to make purchases which are paid for by the card issuer, to whom the cardholder becomes indebted. The cardholder is obligated to repay the debt to the card issuer in full by the due date, usually on a monthly basis, or be subject to late fees and restrictions on further card use.​
    Though the terms charge card and credit card are sometimes used interchangeably, they are distinct protocols of financial transactions. Credit cards are revolving credit instruments that do not need to be paid in full every month. There is no late fee payable so long as the minimum payment is made at specified intervals (usually every thirty days). The balance of the account accrues interest, which may be backdated to the date of initial purchase. Charge cards are typically issued without spending limits, whereas credit cards usually have a specified credit limit that the cardholder may not exceed.​
    Though originally charge account identification was paper-based, in 1959 American Express became the first charge card operator to issue embo ssed plastic cards to ISO/IEC 7810 ID-1 standard. Cards have an embo ssed bank card number complying with the ISO/IEC 7812 numbering standard.​
    History
    In 1914, Western Union opened the first charge account for its customers and provided them with a paper identification. There were many larger department stores which opened store charge accounts for their customers with paper identification, enabling the customer to make purchases on credit provided by the store. However, these accounts could only be used within the store which issued them. In 1950, Diners Club began opening charge accounts with paper identification cards, directed at the travel and entertainment markets. The novel feature of these cards was that the charge card could be used in a large number of stores. These stores had to enter an agreement with Diners Club, and pay a fee to the company. For the fee, Diners Club carried the cost of setting up accounts, authorizing each transaction, processing transactions and collections, bore the financing costs and assumed the risk of cardholders defaulting. The new system was especially appealing to smaller stores in competition with the larger stores but who could not justify setting up their own charge account facilities. Eventually the larger stores began accepting these cards, testifying that the fees charged by the card operator were lower than the store's cost in running their own store accounts. In 1957, American Express also entered the field, and in 1959 was the first company to issue embo ssed plastic charge cards to ISO/IEC 7810 standards.​
    In Europe, the MasterCard-affiliated Maestro brand (which is a debit card rather than a charge card) replaced the European Eurocheque brand for payment cards in 2002. Many Eurocheque cards, particularly in such countries as Austria and Germany, were charge cards branded with the Eurocheque logo. In addition, the European Eurocard, issued as the competitor for American Express was, and in some countries (such as the Nordic countries) still is, a charge card.[citation needed] Therefore, the majority of MasterCards in these countries still are charge cards. Visa charge cards are also available in Europe.​
     

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