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Q&A: AT&T chief David Dorman, on call of the Net

May 2, 2004

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Using Internet technologies to make phone calls got a huge endorsement last week when industry icon AT&T Corp. rolled out its ‘‘voice over Internet protocol’’ service, called CallVantage in Greater Boston, offering unlimited local and long distance calls for $35 a month over a broadband Internet connection. AT&T chief executive David W. Dorman spoke with Globe telecommunications reporter Peter J. ... (Full Article: 591 Words)

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