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technologies vital to tomorrow's information systems and services -including photonics, digital systems and software.

We'll use that technology to improve the efficiency of your business, with a complete line of communications and information management systems.

We'll also improve the quality of your life. With computer-like phones for your home that can perform a host of functions. And with the AT&T long distance network. It's the only network that can handle 23 million calls a dat. Carrying voice, video, even sensory information, it is at your service any time, anywhere.


No company in America has a stronger commitment to customer satisfaction that the new AT&T. From the scientists and engineers who develop our reliable products and systems to the marketing and service people who help our customers get the most from our technology, we work for you. Just as we always have. Our century-old spirit of service is our competitive edge.

Tomorrow has come suddenly, but it hasn't taken us by surprise. We've been preparing for it for 107 years. 

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