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Phone companies plan to deliver Net access

According to a new report from Boston-based Atlantic-ACM, almost half of all U.S. long-distance telephone providers plan to offer Internet access in the future.

A new survey from Boston-based Atlantic-ACM says that nearly half of all U.S. long-distance telephone service providers plan to offer their customers Internet access in the future.

The survey, The Internet and Online Services: The Growing Pie, is based on data gathered from long-distance service providers, company reports, FCC statistics, interviews, and financial analysts.

As more Americans turn to telecommuting, easy telephone and Internet access from a single provider may become more attractive.