Supermarkets are proceeding cautiously into the world of phone cards. Because some chains have been burned by useless phone cards from vendors that suddenly disappeared into the night, retailers said, they are closely scrutinizing their potential suppliers and their services. Before a retailer signs on with a company to supply prepaid phone cards, there are at least five items being considered: The supplier's reputation. What promotions are going to be offered. Product education and ...

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