Monday, October 15, 2001

Morrow, Lebanon phone service widens

        LEBANON — Morrow and Lebanon residents soon will be able to call Cincinnati and other areas without paying long-distance charges, local provider Sprint has announced.

        Phone customers voted to increase their bills slightly in exchange for getting a larger local calling area. Morrow residents will pay an extra $1.10 a month, Sprint spokeswoman Stephanie Meisse said, and will now be able to call Cincinnati, Mason, Waynesville and other areas toll-free.

        Lebanon residents will pay $1 a month more to call Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio, toll-free.

        Lebanon is teaming up with Cincinnati Bell to provide competing service that will extend even further — into Northern Kentucky and southeast Indiana — for about the same monthly cost.

        Customers will get information about when the new service begins in their phone bills.


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