The 800-lb. gorilla

Brothers, Art
May 2002
America's Network;5/1/2002, Vol. 106 Issue 7, p66
Trade Publication
Presents information on 800 telephone number administration. Details of proposed 800 number rule changes by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission; Implications of the new series of 800 numbers released as of May 2002; Costs of associated 800 number administration.


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