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June 22, 1984 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 22, 1984

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Telecommunicating in 1984

NOW YOUR
TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES
COME FROM A NEW FAMILY
OF COMPANIES.



As a Michigan Bell customer, you have been
affected by recent changes in the tele-
communications industry.
!louver — with few exceptions — the
services previously available directly from
Michigan Bell are still available to you...
either from Michigan Bell or from one of
our new Ameritech companies.
When federal action led to the
reorginization of AT&T, Michigan Bell
separated from AT&T and joined
Ameritech, a new holding company
headquartered in Chicago. Besides
Michigan Bell, Ameritech's large family of
companies includes a host of subsidiaries you •
may not have heard about, as well as the
former Bell telephone companies in Illinois,
Indiana, Ohio and Wisconsin.
How we and these other Ameritech
companies may he of service in meeting
your telecommunications needs is described
in the following.

Basic Telecommunications
Services: Residence and
Business.



MICHIGAN BELL provides basic telecommunications
services including dial tone, flat rate, or measured
service, white pages telephone listings, line
repair services, and disabled customer services.
You can also get optional network services like
Touch-Tone and Custom Calling services from
Michigan Bell, and business network services
such as Centrex and network transmission services
for voice, data, and image. And we provide public
telephone service as well as long distance service
within Michigan Bell's service areas, including
optional long distance calling . plans.

•••

Equipment: Business.

MICHIGAN BELL COMMUNICATIONS, INC., serves
as Michigan Bell's sales arm foebusiness network
services, including Centrex. It provides complete
business communications systems, offering
products and equipment from a wide variety of
telecommunications suppliers, including terminal
equipment for The Centrex Universe',

Equipment: Residence and
Small Business. •

The new CONSUMER PRODUCTS DIVISION of
MICIIIGAN BELL COMMUNICATIONS, INC.,
provides telephone equipment for residence and
small business customers, with ordering by phone
and delivery to your home or business.

Directory Advertising.

Michigan Bell Yellow Pages advertisis is now
handled by AMERITECH PUBLISHING, INC., the
publisher and provider of Michigan Bell Yellow
Pages directory advertising, including Neighbor-
hood, Specialty, Business-to-Business, and
Travelers' Directories.

TELEPHONE NUMBERS
FOR THE AME1RITECH
-FAMILY OF COMPANIES

MICHIGAN BELL offers' tone and digital display
radio paging in metro Detroit, Lansing, and Grand
Rapids through our Bellboy Service" agent...
A Beeper Company.
Michigan Bell also provides Improved
Nlobile Telephone Service ( IMTS) in most major
Michigan cities.

Facts down the .bne.

Services: Residence and Business.

Michigan Bell: 1 800 555-5000.
Equipment: Business.
Michigan Bell Communications, Inc.:
1 800 628-1111.
Equipment: Residence.
Consumer Products Division of Michigan
Bell Communications, Inc.: 1 800 453-1300.
Detroit Metro: 553.6200.

Directory Advertising.

Aineritech Publishing, Inc.: 1 313 252-9200.

Bellboy Services. •

Michigan Bell (A Beeper Company, sales
agent): 1 800 523-8773.

Mobile Phone Service.



Mobile Communications
Services.

Vie suggest that you watch for further infor-
mational messages in your newspapers and in
your monthly telephone hills. Because your tele-
phone business office is busily engaged in normal
day-to-day telephone service matters, we are
providing this toll-free number as a source for
answers to the questions you may have about your
changing telephone company 1 800 5 5 5,5000.

IT'S AT&T
WE'VE SEPARATED FROM. • •
NOT YOU.

Michigan Bell: 1 800 482-5481 or
1 313 552-2000.

Michigan Bell

NOTE: Telephone equipment and services provided

by the Ameritech Companies may also be available
through other companies.

AN iliviERITECH COMPANY



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