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Patrick M Gorman

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Registered: 12/18/04
International Assistance
Posted: Jun 19, 1996 9:56 PM
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For anyone out there who makes international calls, you may be
interested in hearing about my most recent experience with AT&T.
Yesteraday, I called 1-800-647-9802 to complain about the expensive
bill I just received. The representative I spoke to offered me a 50%
promotion, but when I pressed harder to see if there was anything
better, I learned of a special one-rate international plan. I was told
that AT&T does not publicly advertise this plan. I guess they only give
it to the best customers. Basically, I'm paying one price for each
country that I call with no time constraints. Even better, these rates
are lower than the 50% rates. I did a little homework and found out
that anyone can sign up for this plan by simply asking for it. It's the
law. The representative also told me I was lucky because June 30th is
the last day for signing up. I call India, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada,
and the UK regularly and was quoted prices of $.72, $.42, $.40, $.09,
and $.30 per minute, respectively. Check your bills. If you want this
offer, you should call AT&T immediately. Good luck.

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