New Anonymous Opencards
2009 brings good news for those concerned about their privacy: An anonymous version of Opencard is now available. The card works exactly the same but you do not need to state any personal data to obtain it. As opposed to the standard Opencard, a fee of 200 CZK is required to get this type of card. Currently the anonymous Opencard can be purchased only at the Contact Point in the Adria Palace, on Jungmannova in Prague 1.
The Opencard is a smart card that combines the functions of library card, parking-payment system, and access key for the City of Prague website.
- Read the full article "Opencard" from PTV's Ryan Scott
- Opencard website (in CZ with some ENG)
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