DENVER -- King Soopers has stimulated cellular telephone sales by displaying a working model customers can test before buying. According to one company official who wished to remain anonymous, the 8-foot, front-end, cellular telephone display, is located at "guest service centers." There, shoppers can use a display telephone to call an air carrier company that is working with King Soopers to help prospective phone buyers "in selecting a phone, arranging an airtime package and getting help ...
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