TELECOM Digest OnLine - Sorted: Re: Buyouts of AT&T, MCI Sign of Long Distance's Demise

Re: Buyouts of AT&T, MCI Sign of Long Distance's Demise

Geoffrey Welsh (reply@newsgroup.please)
Sun, 6 Mar 2005 14:10:56 -0500 wrote:

> My employer, with its thousands of employees, obviously pays more than
> $50/month for business long distance service. The effective per
> minute rate is pretty low. However, the point remains that there's
> still a cost to it.

One of my employer's U.S. offices recently relocated and our friendly
CLEC offered us a nice bundle which included flat rate lines -- where
flat rate meant nationwide calling, not just local. These days the
price difference between local & long distance calls (or flat rate
service) is fading.

Geoffrey Welsh <Geoffrey [dot] Welsh [at] bigfoot [dot] com>
Ambidextrous? No, I said I'm ambinonscattous - I don't give a crap
either way!

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