Supermarkets are waiting to see if prepaid phone cards will become the kind of collectible that some suppliers have tried to create. Kroger Co.'s 93-store Houston division has no immediate plans to enter the collectible phone card market, but may change its position if demand increases, said Gary Huddleston, manager of consumer affairs. "If the market develops, we'd take a look at carrying them," Huddleston said. Kroger's phone cards are sold from the customer service booth in $5, $10 and ...
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