SPRINT CALIFORNIA CUSTOMERS TO SEE RATE REDUCTION
SPRINT CALIFORNIA CUSTOMERS TO SEE RATE REDUCTION KANSAS CITY, Mo., Jan. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Sprint customers in
California will see their in-state long distance rates drop by nearly 10 percent effective Feb. 1, 1992, as the company passes through reductions in access rates to its customers. These reductions keep Sprint's rates below AT&T's Reach Out California rates.
Since January 1991, Sprint has reduced its in-state California rates by 19 percent. "We are pleased to pass along these savings to our California customers," said Dave Schmieg, president of Sprint's Consumer Services Group. "Sprint continues to offer the best overall value in addition to the best variety of service options." With this reduction, Sprint's California in-state (evening/night/weekend) plan will drop from $7.05 for the first hour to $6.30. Additional hours will be reduced from $6.25 to $5.65, a cost of only nine and a half cents per minute. These customers also receive a 10 percent discount on day time calls. Sprint is a unit of United Telecommunications, Inc. (NYSE: UT), a diversified international telecommunications company with $8.7 billion in revenues. Sprint, with the United States' only nationwide all-digital, fiber-optic network, provides a comprehensive array of global voice, data and video communications products and services. -0- 1/7/92 /NOTE: AT&T's Reach Out is a trademark./ /CONTACT: Robin Pence, 202-828-7454 or, after hours, 703-820-1873, or Robin Carlson, 202-828-7426 or, after hours, 703-573-8364, both of Sprint/ (UT) CO: Sprint ST: California IN: TLS SU: 246 01-07-92 13:53 EST TW -- DC014 -- 7376 01/07/92 14:19 EST
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|Date:||Jan 7, 1992|
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