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Short Take: AT&T cuts rates in Texas

AT&T said today it has cut in-state long distance rates in Texas by 10 percent. The cut came following a $33 million drop in statewide access fees, the charges paid by long distance companies to access local phone networks. AT&T said it would cut rates further if access fees, which are six times higher in Texas than in California, continue to drop.

AT&T said today it has cut in-state long distance rates in Texas by 10 percent. The cut came following a $33 million drop in statewide access fees, the charges paid by long distance companies to access local phone networks. AT&T said it would cut rates further if access fees, which are six times higher in Texas than in California, continue to drop.