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Date: Friday, 20-Oct-95 07:58 AM
From: John McGough \ Internet:
To: amp \ Internet: ([email protected])
JM> Looks like MCI is looking for a authorization code during that
JM> tone. Do you have any idea how many digits is standard on their
JM> stuff? Or better yet, if you figure it out, please let me know.
JM> I'll do the same.
while i wouldn't be at liberty to get you a valid code, (i'm not sure
of the number of digits it wants as i haven't gotten mine yet), i
would suggest you call one of mci's customer service centers and
_politely_ request that they allow access to this service to non-mci
employees. i would suggest that they put some kind of message on the
number before they give you the ani like "this service provided by
mci." i would see this as a good public relations tactic for the
company for telecom-type folx who would be using it.
my 2 cents.
unfortunately, i don't speak for my company.
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October 20, 1995 10:11
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