Our Opinion: ‘Dropped calls’ hurt outstate biz
Ma Bell must be rolling over in her grave.
Until it was broken up by the federal government in 1984, the monolithic AT&T had a monopoly on local and long distance phone service in the United States.
The phone system in this country worked,
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