Several grocery chains are selling AT&T telephones and accessories following AT&T's closure of its own retail outlets. "Now that AT&T has closed its retail stores, supermarkets are positioning themselves with these products," said Phil Mullen, vice president at Pezrow, a broker in Ramsey, N.J., who is handling sales for AT&T. A&P, Montvale, N.J., is expanding its AT&T telephone sets in the chain following successful tests conducted at 40 New York and New Jersey ...

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