BENTONVILLE Ark. — Starting this week, Wal-Mart Stores is offering pre-paid cards for Internet voice and video calling services in the U.S. from Skype, an Internet communications company based in San Jose, Calif., the companies said. Wal-Mart is also offering Skype hardware and will have the products in 1,800 of its 3,800 stores throughout the country. “The Skype hardware and pre-paid cards are a great fit with Wal-Mart because they offer long-term money-saving solutions at the right time ...

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