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February 4, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Turns out that AT&T Co, which had looked like the injured party in the scandal over a US General Services Administration official leaking confidential phone switch bidding information to several of the Baby Bells, was itself the beneficiary of such information: it learned that Bell Atlantic’s bid for an exchange in Washington was below the $40 per line per month it had bid after it had decided to lower its offer to $30 – but in the event Bell Atlantic won the pact anyway – bidding just $18 per line month.

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