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Question 1: AT&T Communications is headquartered in ________ at the AT&T Network Operations Center.
Bridgewater Township, New JerseyFar Hills, New JerseyPeapack-Gladstone, New JerseyBedminster Township, New Jersey

Question 2: As a result, AT&T Communications was refocused to seek new customers outside of the AT&T 13-state region served by its ________.
AT&TBell SystemWestern ElectricAmerican Telephone & Telegraph

Question 3: Long Lines was renamed AT&T Communications in 1984 since it no longer consisted of the majority of the "lines", or the ________.
AT&TWestern ElectricAmerican Telephone & TelegraphBell System

Question 4: By the 1970s, Long Lines carried 95 percent of all long-haul television traffic, and 70 percent of intercity telephone calls in the ________.
PhilippinesUnited StatesCanadaAlaska

Question 5: A sophisticated achievement, Long Lines provided computerized reconfiguration of microwave circuits coast-to-coast via AT&T's network control center in New York City, ________.
New YorkNew JerseyConnecticutMassachusetts

Question 6: As a result, AT&T CallVantage was created, as a ________ alternative to companies like Vonage.
E-mailFidoNetVoice over Internet ProtocolVideoconferencing

Question 7: Before utilizing microwave relay and ________, AT&T used heavy-duty carrier grade open-wire lines for Long distance service.
BNC connectorTwin-leadCoaxial cableF connector

Question 8: In 1950, New York City's five boroughs were dialed from various communities in ________ with the digits '1-1' followed by the 7 digit telephone number.
PennsylvaniaMassachusettsNew JerseyDelaware

Question 9: Following the ________, AT&T Communications began reselling Bell Operating Company-provided telephone service at lower prices, to compete with the Baby Bells.
Competitive local exchange carrierTelecommunications Act of 1996Communications Decency ActCommunications Act of 1934

Question 10: The first long-distance L-carrier coaxial link in 1936 connected Philadelphia and ________.
MassachusettsConnecticutNew YorkNew Jersey







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