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AT&T ANNOUNCES SIMPLIFIED CALLING TO GERMANY

 AT&T ANNOUNCES SIMPLIFIED CALLING TO GERMANY
 NEW YORK, July 22 /PRNewswire/ -- AT&T (NYSE: T) today announced


simplified calling to Germany by the replacement of two country codes consumers now use to call there with one, and by the extension of the Reach Out(R) World discount calling plan to the entire country.
 Beginning today, consumers can reach all of Germany by dialing 011, followed by 49 -- the new country code -- and the appropriate city code and local number. Previously, consumers could use 49 only for calls to West Germany; they had to dial 37 to reach then-East Germany.
 Also beginning today, subscribers to AT&T's Reach Out World Plan can call anywhere in Germany for just 62 cents a minute all day Saturday and Sunday, and from 3 p.m. to 8 a.m. on weekdays. Previously, they could get this rate only on calls to the former West Germany.
 For $3 a month, AT&T's Reach Out World Plan offers consumers low per-minute rates on direct-dialed calls to Germany and more than 50 other places worldwide. They get an additional 5 percent discount on that portion of Reach Out World calls beyond 10 minutes. In addition, Reach Out World subscribers get a 5 percent discount on state-to-state, direct-dialed calls not covered by another AT&T calling plan.
 AT&T inaugurated international long-distance service to Germany on Feb. 10, 1928.
 Consumers who need more information can call toll-free 800-523-WORLD, ext. 381.
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 /CONTACT: Lezlie Bishop, 415-442-2256 (office) or 510-376-4133 (home); or Shirley Chan, 415-442-2219 (office) or 415-564-6077 (home), both of AT&T/
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