CINCINNATI — The Kroger Co., which last year became the first food retailer to offer mobile coupons through Cellfire, is now offering another mobile coupon service via AOL’s paperless electronic coupon program. All Kroger banners are participating in Mobile, which enables users to go to on their cell phones or smart phones to select coupons, according to Shortcuts. Within minutes of selection, the coupons are ready for use on the customer’s ...

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