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Some Long-Distance Phone Rates Reduced

July 13, 1986|Associated Press

WASHINGTON — AT&T reduced the cost of some phone calls by a penny Friday by cutting rates for calls that go 56 to 124 miles and for calls that travel 1,911 to 3,000 miles.

The savings, which will total $9 million a year, were generated by reductions in the charges local companies pass on to long-distance companies for connecting their calls to the local network of phone lines.

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