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March 16, 1987

CHANGE OF VIEW ON ANTI-TRUST SETTLEMENT THAT BROKE UP AT&T

By CBR Staff Writer

US telephone companies are finding that their initial perceptions of the competitive advantage of the de-regulation anti-trust settlement that broke up AT&T have had to be substantially modified in practice: latest to modify its view is AT&T itself, which has decided that it wouldn’t mind if the regional phone companies were freed to offer computerised information services after all; it remains opposed to their being permitted to manufacture or offer long-distance service.

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