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E-Z Mart Stores Inc., which operates more than 500 convenience stores in the southwest, said it has entered into a multiyear agreement with TeleBuck$ to carry the communications company's prepaid phone cards in all company-owned locations.
TeleBuck$ has provided the convenience store industry with point-of-sale activated, rechargeable phone cards since 1993. The cards will be sold at E-Z Mart in multiple denominations including $10, $25 and $50, the companies said.
Founded in 1992, CPI specializes in automated processing of local and long-distance telephone calls. The company says it distinguishes itself by allowing retail chains to customize their phone card needs by giving the chain control of product placement and choosing which phone card designs and denominations to sell.
Since 1993, CPI has seen tremendous growth in the nationwide sale of TeleBuck$. All of CPI's retail calling card sales have been accomplished using point-of-sale activation or recharge distribution. The company's phone cards can also be found in Cracker Barrel Food Stores and Kwik Chek convenience stores.