Bell Atlantic Launches Web Pages Customized for Large Businesses

Bell Atlantic Launches Web Pages Customized for Large

Site includes comprehensive information
about products and services of critical concern to large

November 4, 1996

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Bell Atlantic: Tim Ireland 201-649-2279


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PHILADELPHIA, Pa. - Companies can now learn about
telecommunications and network solutions from Bell Atlantic through
enhancements to the company's Web site, Bell Atlantic announced today.
Its Large Business Services Web site now offers more comprehensive
information about the latest business solutions and can be found at

"Our business customers need an easily navigable Web site where they
can get information on customized business solutions at any time of
day," said Joe Cascio, vice president, Marketing at Bell Atlantic.
"We designed our site to be a valuable resource to businesses, and
initial research shows it should be an effective means for us to
enhance our relationships."

The site includes information on products and services, large business
market solutions, case studies on customers who have used Bell
Atlantic's All@onceSM Solutions in
innovative ways, and a schedule of
upcoming events.

Bell Atlantic Corporation is at the
forefront of the new
communications, entertainment and information industry. In the
mid-Atlantic region, the company is the premier provider of local
telecommunications and advanced services. Globally, it is one of the
largest investors in the high-growth communication marketplace. Bell
Atlantic also owns a substantial interest in Telecom Corporation of
New Zealand and is actively developing high-growth national and
international business opportunities in all phases of the industry.

The company's Large Business Services organization offers customers
Atlantic All@once Solutions:
integrated voice, data and video
applications and the professional consulting and support services that
add up to a precise solution that fits and evolves to meet customers'
specific communications needs.