When asked whether the ads and AT&T's staggering quarterly loss sent a mixed message to customers already worried about a broader telecommunications meltdown, Heath was dismissive. He noted that the second-quarter profit, excluding costly one-time items, rose to 7 cents a share. That beat Wall Street forecasts of 3 cents a share, according to research firm Thomson First Call. "We're on track with all of our business results and still have a relatively healthy business structure and low debt," Heath said. "It was a very healthy report, and we're seeing some promising signs.".
Officials at WorldCom bristled at AT&T's showy advertisements, Spokeswoman Debbie Lewis said she didn't want to discuss the newest ad campaign of her company's largest competitor, but she couldn't help referring to the ads' wording in her brusque retort, "We expect to rugged case for samsung galaxy s8+ - black be here in good times and in bad as well," Lewis said, She noted that WorldCom has not lost a single anchor customer in recent weeks, including the Nasdaq and a number of large government agencies, She said rates of attrition among customers are similar to what they were in previous quarters..
"Of course there'd be concern when a company goes into bankruptcy," Lewis admitted Tuesday. "But we've had every indication from management that we'll continue to operate through Chapter 11. Our No. 1 focus is keeping customers happy--from our perspective, it's business as usual..We've seen a lot of support from customers.". An ad campaign strikes an ironic chord as the telecom giant woos WorldCom customers while announcing a $12.7 billion quarterly loss. But the timing of the campaign may strike an ironic chord with customers navigating the troubled telecommunications sector. Hours after the print ads debuted, AT&T announced its own $12.7 billion quarterly loss after charges to write down the value of some assets. Revenue in the second quarter fell 6.2 percent to $12.1 billion.
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