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AT&T LOWERS PRICES ON REACH OUT MICHIGAN PLANS

 CHICAGO, April 29 /PRNewswire/ -- While the price of most products and services is going up, effective May 1, the cost of long-distance calling within the state of Michigan for AT&T's Reach Out (r) Michigan plans is going down.
 The Reach Out Michigan plans offer customers savings opportunities on in-state, direct-dialed AT&T long-distance calls. With the bonus plan, subscribers receive an hour of direct-dialed, in-state long- distance calls during the night/weekend period (all day Saturday, Sunday until 5 p.m. and Sunday through Friday from 10 p.m. to 8 a.m.) for $7.25 a month, reduced from $7.50. Each additional minute is 12 cents. Subscribers also receive 15 percent off evening calls (Sunday through Friday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.).
 With the 24-hour plan, subscribers receive one hour of night/weekend calling, 15 percent off evening calls and 5 percent off daytime calls (Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) for $7.50 a month, reduced from $7.75. Each additional minute is 12 cents.
 And with the half-hour plan, subscribers receive half an hour of night/weekend calling and 10 percent off evening calls for $3.75 per month, reduced from $3.90. Each additional minute is 12.5 cents.
 Reach Out Michigan is part of the i Plan (sm) which offers consumers personalized combinations of products and services to meet their individual needs.
 AT&T (NYSE: T) also offers savings options for out-of-state long- distance calls. For further information about any of these AT&T offerings, call toll-free at 1-800-222-0100.
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 /CONTACT: Oriano Pagnucci of AT&T, 312-230-4888, or (home) 708-403-9158/
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