PayPoint and PAYzone will be the first payment networks to accept Splash Plastic's prepayment cards for internet buying. The card, which is aimed at teenagers, will undergo a pilot test next month, before national roll-out in January. Both PayPoint and PAYzone said the launch of Splash Plastic was a significant step forward in e-commerce, but nobody would comment on the commission that retailers would earn from each transaction. Currently, retailers earn less than 1% from bill payment transactions and 1% for key charging. A Londis retailer on the PAYzone network described the commission as minimal. {{NEWS }}