AT&T Broadband Launches Digital Phone Service In Five Twin Cities Communities

Apr 03, 2001, 01:00 ET from AT&T Broadband

    ST. PAUL, Minn., April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- AT&T Broadband today launched its
 Digital Phone Service in five Twin Cities communities.   More than 46,000
 homes in Brooklyn Center, Crystal, Golden Valley, New Hope and Robbinsdale can
 now choose AT&T Broadband for local phone service as well as the company's
 other Broadband services including AT&T Road Runner and AT&T Digital Cable.
     "We're delighted to offer these communities with choices for their
 communications needs including local telephone service," said David Diers,
 vice president of advanced services for AT&T Broadband in St. Paul.  "This
 launch of AT&T Broadband's Digital Phone Service is part of our ongoing effort
 to bring the latest in advanced broadband technology to the Twin Cities."
     AT&T Broadband in the Twin Cities offers customers who order Digital Phone
 Service a rich package of 15 line features, free installation, two months of
 free voice mail and a 30-day money back guarantee for $22.95 per month.  AT&T
 Broadband Digital Phone Service customers can also choose AT&T preferred long
 distance rates at seven cents per minute for long distance and local toll
 calls (a $2.95 monthly recurring charge is waived through June 1, 2001).
     AT&T Broadband already provides Digital Phone Service in 44 Twin Cities
 communities.  The expansion of the company's phone offering into the five
 Minneapolis northwest suburbs is part of the $250 million upgrade of the
 broadband network.
     For more information about AT&T Digital Phone Service or other broadband
 services, customers can call AT&T Broadband at 651-222-3333.
     AT&T Broadband's network passes by 600,000 homes in the Twin Cities
 metropolitan area and provides video service to more than 335,000 subscribers.
 The company also provides high-speed cable Internet service and local
 telephone service to selected communities in the Twin Cities.  Its service
 area includes Ramsey County, most of Washington County and parts of Anoka,
 Dakota and Hennepin Counties as well as Hudson, North Hudson, River Falls,
 Prescott and Troy Township, Wis.  The company has more than 1,100 employees in
 the Twin Cities area.
 
 

SOURCE AT&T Broadband
    ST. PAUL, Minn., April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- AT&T Broadband today launched its
 Digital Phone Service in five Twin Cities communities.   More than 46,000
 homes in Brooklyn Center, Crystal, Golden Valley, New Hope and Robbinsdale can
 now choose AT&T Broadband for local phone service as well as the company's
 other Broadband services including AT&T Road Runner and AT&T Digital Cable.
     "We're delighted to offer these communities with choices for their
 communications needs including local telephone service," said David Diers,
 vice president of advanced services for AT&T Broadband in St. Paul.  "This
 launch of AT&T Broadband's Digital Phone Service is part of our ongoing effort
 to bring the latest in advanced broadband technology to the Twin Cities."
     AT&T Broadband in the Twin Cities offers customers who order Digital Phone
 Service a rich package of 15 line features, free installation, two months of
 free voice mail and a 30-day money back guarantee for $22.95 per month.  AT&T
 Broadband Digital Phone Service customers can also choose AT&T preferred long
 distance rates at seven cents per minute for long distance and local toll
 calls (a $2.95 monthly recurring charge is waived through June 1, 2001).
     AT&T Broadband already provides Digital Phone Service in 44 Twin Cities
 communities.  The expansion of the company's phone offering into the five
 Minneapolis northwest suburbs is part of the $250 million upgrade of the
 broadband network.
     For more information about AT&T Digital Phone Service or other broadband
 services, customers can call AT&T Broadband at 651-222-3333.
     AT&T Broadband's network passes by 600,000 homes in the Twin Cities
 metropolitan area and provides video service to more than 335,000 subscribers.
 The company also provides high-speed cable Internet service and local
 telephone service to selected communities in the Twin Cities.  Its service
 area includes Ramsey County, most of Washington County and parts of Anoka,
 Dakota and Hennepin Counties as well as Hudson, North Hudson, River Falls,
 Prescott and Troy Township, Wis.  The company has more than 1,100 employees in
 the Twin Cities area.
 
 SOURCE  AT&T Broadband