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Bigfoot Offers Free E-mail Forwarding

New York, NY, June 20, 1996 (DLD DIGEST) -- No matter how often e-mail users change Internet service providers or jobs, their electronic correspondence now can follow them wherever they go: Bigfoot, the fastest growing global e-mail directory on the Internet, today introduced "Bigfoot For Life,"

AT&T Recruiting Web Designers

Parsippany, NJ, May 30, 1996 (DLD DIGEST) -- AT&T is holding free half-day seminars in major cities throughout the U.S. to recruit experienced Web site designers and artists for its Creative Alliance Program (CAP).

Yet More Telecom Scams, Slammers and Losers

Just when you thought that it was safe to pick-up a telephone again... along comes another round of rip-offs from across the telecom industry. Leading the charge (again) this month is a perennial (favorite) AT&T. What would we do without them?!!?

FTC Cracks Down on "Toner Phoner" Fraud Ring

Orange County, CA, March 13, 1996 (DLD DIGEST) -- A federal district court has ordered a temporary halt to the allegedly deceptive "toner phoner" scheme run by seven corporations and eight individuals, doing business under the names of District Supply Center, Central Supply Center

New Product Gives Consumers the Upper Hand at "Letterless" Payphones

Honolulu, HI, Feb. 15, 1996 (DLD DIGEST) -- A quiet, almost secret "upgrade" of privately-owned payphones is sweeping the country. The new pay phones have dial pads with no letters along side the numbers.


Apopka, FL, June 05, 1996 (DLD DIGEST) -- More than 225,000 Sprint local telephone service customers in 10 Florida communities are getting a big break on calling rates for some popular routes, thanks to new Extended Calling Service plans.