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August 8, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Ascii Corp says that from September it will join link its general purpose public PCS personal communications service network to the Tri-P value-added network service run by Intec Inc: Tri-P’s 64 access points around the country will be connected to Ascii’s host computer in Tokyo and the link will mean that a user in Osaka will now save 50% on the price charged for access to Tokyo by Nippon Telegraph & Telephone’s NTT-TP; there are 9,000 subscribers on PCS, and Ascii is hoping that remote connections to its service will now expand by 50% over the next 12 months.

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