4252(b)(1), and that the excise tax applied to long-distance
telephone services even when the charges were not based on both the distance and duration of the call.
Besides Sprint's extensive national and international long-distance
network, the company has a collection of local telephone operations around the nation, a national wireless network and one of the major Internet ``backbone'' networks through which other companies provide Internet access to consumers.
Last year, Wholesale Services launched its first new product in years--a prepaid long-distance
Alger notes that while the North American telecommunications giant is attempting to capture a portion of the long-distance
market, it is not going to be in direct competition with Bell Canada.
Endesa shareholders entitled to attend and vote may cast their vote in relation to the agenda items of the Extraordinary General Shareholders' Meeting through long-distance
communication and prior to the General Meeting being held, in the terms contemplated by the Spanish Corporations Law, article 30 bis of the Corporate Bylaws, and articles 10 and 20 bis of the General Meeting Regulations.
If you want to return to your original long-distance
company, call your local telephone company, explain that you have been slammed, and ask to be switched back to your original carrier with no ``charge changes.
The company has achieved stability in consolidated EBITDA and cash flow over the past two years despite eroding long-distance
The FCC already has expressed its opposition to marriages between long-distance
companies and big regional phone carriers.
AMD is very pleased to contribute to China's education development, together with Lenovo and Dawning, by supporting long-distance
education in Hebei's rural area.
carriers have said they will pass on their savings to residential customers, especially ``basic'' subscribers who do not have discount plans for long-distance
The study, conducted by Zogby International, found that long-distance
caregivers live an average of 450 miles and 7.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) reported that long-distance
prices fell nearly 19 percent from 1992 to 1995.