Basic calling plans simplified but at what cost?

Russo, Kimberly
March 1998
Telecommunications - Americas Edition;Mar98, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p24
Trade Publication
Opinion. Presents information pertaining to the American Telephone and Telegraph (AT&T)'s basic commercial service in assisting the complexity of the long-distance service while comparing the MCI's Commercial Dial 1 Service with that of the AT&T basic commercial service. Effectiveness of both services; Information on the use of the long-distance service; Expectancy of business customers. INSET: AT&T basic interstate commercial direct-dial rates.


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