AT&T sorts through the ILECs and CLECs with a new Buyer's Guide, helping businesses choose the right local telecom services provider

August 26, 2002

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BASKING RIDGE, N.J. -- A new guide from AT&T can help businesses evaluate local telecommunications service providers and make the best choice for their needs. Competition has created a range of choices in the local telecom services market. But these choices can cause confusion -- especially for businesses that depend on phone service to survive. How can a business sort through the spate of local telecom service offerings from incumbent local exchange companies (ILECs) such as the Bells, long distance carriers offering local services, new competitive local exchange companies (CLECs), and even cable companies? AT&T's Local Telecommunications Services Buyer's Guide helps businesses ask the right questions so they can make a smart buying decision. "In this uncertain economic environment, it's essential for businesses to recognize the importance of making a wise choice," said Reed Harrison, AT&T senior vice president of local network services. "Communications are the lifeline of most companies. This guide will arm businesses with the tools needed to make informed decisions, and enjoy the peace of mind that comes from knowing they're getting the best value for their telecom investment." AT&T Corp.

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