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AT&T INTRODUCES A NEW CALLING CARD FOR CONSUMERS

 AT&T INTRODUCES A NEW CALLING CARD FOR CONSUMERS
 PHILADELPHIA, March 12 /PRNewswire/ -- AT&T (NYSE: T) today


announced a new addition to its family of calling cards -- the AT&T Custom Calling Card.
 This new card allows consumers to call up to 10 pre-selected telephone numbers, area codes or countries. Calls made on the AT&T Custom Calling Card will be billed to the person who established the card account. The card can be obtained at no charge and there is no monthly recurring fee.
 With the AT&T Custom Calling Card, users can reach the most important people in their lives anytime, from almost any phone, without needing money for the call. For example, parents with children away at college can give their students an AT&T Custom Calling Card that will allow them to call home, their grandparents, brothers, sisters, or even old friends from high school. They can list up to 10 different phone numbers to be accepted when using the AT&T Custom Calling Card and can change the list at any time -- free of charge.
 Grandparents with grandchildren living far away, working parents who want their children to be able to reach them at any time, truckers on the road, military personnel and many others with a need to keep in touch will find the AT&T Custom Calling Card meets their need. Consumers do not have to be AT&T customers to take advantage of this new card. And, if at least $30 per three-month period of long distance calls are billed to the AT&T Custom Calling Card, or any of AT&T's cards, the customer will automatically receive a 10 percent savings on his card charges in the form of certificates at the end of a 12-month period.
 Other discounts available on the AT&T Custom Calling Card include AT&T Reach Out(R) America plans with the card option.
 The new AT&T Custom Calling Card can be ordered by calling 800-CALL-ATT.
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 /CONTACT: Nancy Smith of AT&T, 215-963-1868, or evenings, 717-737-2045/
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