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AT&T Inc. announced that it would end directory assistance for its Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) customers.
Traditional landline customers will still be able to access directory assistance.
"We will no longer provide operator services and directory assistance to our consumer and small business IP-voice customers. Nearly all of these customers have internet access to look up this information," a spokesperson said in an emailed statement to FOX Business.
The company noted that other services are available to assist seniors and individuals with disabilities in placing a call or finding a listing.
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