Supermarket chains are speed-dialing into the burgeoning prepaid telephone card category, with some even selling private-label cards. Though supermarkets have lagged behind other retailers -- including convenience store chains, drug store chains and gasoline stations -- in offering the prepaid cards, the picture is changing. An increasing number of retailers have begun to experiment with phone card sales through vending machines, and at the service counter and checkout. Some are even ...

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