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INCREASE REPORTED IN COST OF LONG-DISTANCE CALLS

Residential customers making an hour of long-distance calls a month are paying on average 20 percent more on their total bills than they did two years ago, despite cost savings to phone companies during that time, consumer groups say.

The report by Consumers Union, the Consumer Federation of America and the Texas Office of Public Utility Counsel says long-distance providers have targeted their price breaks at customers who make a large volume of calls.

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