Long-distance lures

Hannon, Kerry
February 1994
U.S. News & World Report;2/21/94, Vol. 116 Issue 7, p71
Discusses how AT&T, MCI, and Sprint are pursuing each other's long-distance customers and offering a variety of promotions, discounts and perks. Various calling plans that are offered; Costs; Voice-recognition technology; Perks including frequent-flier miles and cruises; Finding the right plan that matches your calling habits. INSET: Cashless card (prepaid calling card)..


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