The sale at the counter consists of production and Mifare card extension for different categories of passengers. Cards can be monthly, semi-monthly, annually, semi-annually and for several months. User requests for a card with the desired relation or zone depending on how the transport is organized. Card number, user's name and surname, relation or zone and the image of the passenger to whom the card belongs are being printed on the card. After issuing and updating the card, the cards are being used on buses on driver computers (DCC), and controllers have the option of checking if the passenger is allowed to ride on that route.
There is also sale for legal entities where the legal person pays travel expenses to their workers. On that way a retail invoice is not printed, but the invoice is entered in the attachments after which the invoice is being created.
Cards can be subsidized by various subsidy holders (ministries, counties, municipalities) resulting in a traveler paying a reduced price.