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3307
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Rapid changes occurring in the telecommunications industry provide products and services that help users be more productive and efficient. For example, one program can translate text to voice, page a person, and read him or her the message.
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North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 55 Issue 5, May 1997, p14-16, 20, 22, 24, il
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31482
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Impending changes in the nation’s telecommunications industry are expected to bring a complete transformation of traditional telephone service, a transformation that may make this vital service unaffordable for most Americans. Rural areas in North Carolina will be adversely affected by both the AT&T settlement and industry deregulation. Industry officials are asking Congress to take steps that will alleviate the situation.
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31506
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Telephone operators at the North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service’s “Extension Teletip” headquarters respond to phone calls by playing one of the service’s cassette tapes containing information on a wide variety of topics. Since the statewide toll-free telephone information service was started in March 1978, approximately 500,000 calls have been received. Phone messages respond to a variety of topics such as nutrition and diet, gardening, home maintenance, and pest control.
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32959
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AT&T, once the largest company in the world, is restructuring their corporation to enter new markets and to offer new products and services. The 14,000 AT&T employees in North Carolina are spread among AT&T Technologies business groups, and AT&T Communications as long-distance operators, technicians or support personnel.
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