CHARGECARD

CHARGECARD

An earlier hardware memory manager for 286s from ALL Computers Inc., Toronto, Ontario. It turned extended memory into EMS and used high memory (640-1024K) for drivers and TSRs. The 286 chip was removed, plugged into the CHARGECARD and put back into the socket.
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Chargecard's credit card sized charger is designed to fit in your wallet and at 0.1" thickness it should be able to make a place for itself even in the most compact ones.
St Michael Financial Services was formed in 1985 to oversee the introduction of the M&S Chargecard, which was launched nationally in stores on April 2.
As for money, when you register you are asked for an imprint of your credit card and then your stateroom card doubles as your 'chargecard'.
As a thank-you to the squad and the staff for allowing him to spend time with them, he gave Gordon his chargecard phone number and told the guys to use it any time to phone home.
The embarrassment when Marks was told by the Office of Fair Trading that its plans to transfer automatically long-term Chargecard customers to '&more' contravened the Consumer Credit Act, was a hit to morale.
Existing Chargecard users will be upgraded to the new card during September, while other customers will be able to apply from October 6.
M&S's new card will be run entirely in-house and the group hopes it will appeal to the existing 3.5 million chargecard holders, as well as helping to bring in much-needed new business.
Tynedale Retail Park have a huge range of BBQs and accessories all at their famous 'Every Day Low Prices' and with 2.5 per cent discount on every chargecard purchase, there's never been a better time to eat out in style.
Best buys for non-sterling travellers cheques and currency are Marks & Spencer (Chargecard holders only), Leeds & Holbeck, and The Post Office - although its service is better at 650 'on demand' outlets than the 17,000 operating on a 'pre-order' basis.
Meanwhile, its 5.6m Chargecard holders - mainly 45plus and female - are among the wealthiest households in the land, with huge sums stashed in bricks and mortar.
These expenses, commonly labeled overhead, include office supplies such as paper, postage and telephone expenses; data processing costs; dues and subscriptions; commissions on chargecard collection fees; protective services; and other related general expenses.