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BUNDLING MAY BE OPERATIONAL HURDLE FOR INCUMBENT PROVIDERS

Since the passage of the telecom act, telecommunications providers have taken significant steps toward offering bundled services on one bill.

Nearly a year ago, regional Bell operating companies’ cellular divisions began offering cellular long-distance service to their cellular customers and a few of the RBOCs now are bundling local landline service with cellular and paging service in selected areas.

MCI Communications Corp., a national long-distance carrier and cellular reseller, today offers a variety of services on one bill in several of its markets. The services include cellular, paging, long-distance, conferencing and Internet access. AT&T Wireless Services Inc. said it already has systems in place and is testing its services in some Western states. 360

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