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September 12, 1991 - Image 12

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Page 12-The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 12,1991


The most reusable piece of plastic on campus.

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The AT&TCalling Card will never go to waste. You can use it to make a call from almost anywhere to anywhere. Once you

have one, you'll never need to apply for another. And it's the least expensive way to call state-to-state on AT&T when you can't dial direct.

What's more, if you get your Calling Card now, you'll get a free hour's worth of AT&T long distance calling*

C] Of course, when you use

your Calling Card you'll always be connected to the reliable service you've come to expect from AT&T. Q And when you get your Calling
Card, you'll become a member of AT&T Student Saver Plus, a program of products and services designed to save students time


and money.

0 So, as you see, there's only one way to describe the AT&T Calling Card in today's college environment. Indispensable.

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