> (04/21/99, 12:17 p.m. ET)
> U.S.-based long distance carriers that serve Yugoslavia aren't
> experiencing big service delays, even though NATO has said it's
> targeting communications facilities in war-torn Kosovo for bombing.
> Despite the almost month-long NATO pounding, "MCI's worldwide
> intelligent network is functioning normally for calls headed to the
> Balkans." AT&T's spokesman said his company lines into the Balkans and
> Kosovo were "experiencing some higher than normal" call volumes, but
> almost no problem in connecting.