WA-based Coinstar reported 2Q/03 revenues of $43.1 million and net income of $4.2 million, an increase over 2Q/02 of 13.7% and 560%, respectively. During the second quarter, the company signed up approximately 200 clients for its new program that offers customers of its supermarket-based self-service coin counting machines, a prepaid “Truth MasterCard.” The company piloted the prepaid MasterCard program in the first quarter with 50 locations. Coinstar says it expects to add another 150 -200 locations for the new program by year end. Coinstar also said Thursday that due to the successful results from pilots in rural markets, the company believes the consolidated viable universe for Coinstar machines is now between 16,000 and 18,000, an increase of 2,000 machines over previous projections. The company currently has 11,053 machines linked by an interactive network throughout the USA, Canada and the UK. The company also confirmed yesterday that its nine-year relationship with Safeway ended in July, after renewal talks broke down. Safeway represented approximately 9.5% of Coinstar’s revenue in the second quarter. For complete details on Coinstar’s 2Q/03 performance visit CardData ([www.carddata.com]).