Mar 18, 1999 11:21 AM
by M K Ramadoss
Internet is slowly becoming primary mode of distribution of info. Just saw
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Long-distance companies would have to post
information about current rates on the Internet under a
Thursday by federal regulators.
AT&T, MCI WorldCom and Sprint say they already
information about rates on their corporate Web sites. But
the FCC plan,
adopted in a 4-1 vote, would force the companies to do so.
The companies would have to provide information on
domestic rates --
including the terms and conditions of service -- in a
"timely manner and
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