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Feb 28 ISDN Pricing Workshop

  TAP-INFO - An Internet newsletter available from listproc@tap.org
  February 17, 1996 - ISDN pricing Workshop
            February 28, 1993 Workshop on ISDN Pricing Controveries
  WHAT:          A workshop on controversies over ISDN pricing. 
                 Why is residential ISDN priced so high?  What are
                 the public policy issues for state regulators of
                 ISDN tariffs?  What does it cost a local exchange
                 telephone company to provide residential ISDN?
                 What types of services can be offered over a
                 residential ISDN platform?  Will ISDN be an "open
                 platform" for a new generation of mass market
                 information services?  What are the alternatives?
  WHEN:          February 28, 1996, from 9 am to 12 noon
  WHERE:         At the Hotel Washington, in Washington, DC.  The
                 address of the Hotel Washington is 515
                 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW.  It is on the corner of
                 15th and Pennsylvania Avenue.  The workshop will
                 be held in the Washington Room.
  SPONSORS:      The workshop is sponsored by the Center for Study
                 of Responsive's Consumer Project on Technology and
                 the Center for Media Education.
  SPEAKERS:      James Love, Director, Consumer Project on
                 Anthony Wight, Technology Analyst, Center for
                 Media Education
                 Mark Cooper, Research Director, Consumer
                 Federation of America
                 Scott Rafferty, President,  Aerie Group
                 Robert Larribeau, ISDN Consultant
                 Dhruv Khanna, Intel (Invited)
                 Robert Collet, Commercial Internet eXchange
  Price:    Admission is free.
  RSVP is not required, but would help us out.  For more
  information or to RSVP, contact James Love or Todd Paglia, at the
  Consumer Project on Technology:
  love@tap.org or tpaglia@tap.org
  P.O. Box 19367, Washington, DC 20036
  voice: 202/387-8030, fax: 202/234-5176
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