Orlando-based e.port Public Information Network, which has Internet kiosks in many of Orlando's convention hotels, launched a customizable e-card product in September. The prepaid cards give users time at the company's kiosks, and can be customized so that users view a certain Web site when they log on to the Internet. e.port Public Information Network wants to make Orlando the most wired city in the country for public Internet access. By the end of the year, there will be more than 100 e.port terminals in hotels, restaurants, and other public locations in the Orlando area. Users can access e-mail, the Internet, and other information on these terminals by logging on with a major credit card, or now with e.cards. In most cases, the connection is made via an ISDN line. Convention hotels with e-port kiosks include Walt Disney World Dolphin, the Orlando Peabody Hotel, Renaissance Orlando Resort, Ramada Plaza Hotel Gateway, Holiday Inn Lee Road, and, by the end of the year, Marriott's Orlando World Center. For more information visit www.eport.net.