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September 16, 1987 - Image 35

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The Michigan Daily, 1987-09-16

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Before you choose a long distance
service, take a close look.

You may be thinking about
choosing one of the newer
carriers over AT&T in order to
save money.
Think again.
Since January 1987, AT&T's
rates have dropped more than
15% for direct-dialed out-of-
state calls. So they're lower than
you probably realize. For infor-
mation on specific rates, you
can call us at 1 800 222-0300.
And AT&T offers clear long
distance connections, operator
assistance, 24-hour customer
service, and immediate credit
for wrong numbers. Plus, you
can use AT&T to call from
anywhere to anywhere, all over
the United States and to over
250 countries.
You might be surprised at
how good a value AT&T really
is. So before you choose a
long distance company, pick
up the phone.
The right choice.

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