SCARBOROUGH, Maine -- Hannaford Bros. here rolled out its first prepaid phone card to all 150 stores in November. The rollout follows a six-month 30-store pilot effort that had a positive sales effect, said Mike St. Clair, general merchandise category manager. Hannaford prices its vendor phone card, which is supplied by Atcall, Vienna, Va., at $4.99 for 20 minutes, $9.99 for 40 minutes and $19.99 for 80 minutes. The chain's calling cards are offered at everyday low prices rather than in a ...

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