WorldCom also announced that it has reached an 18-month supply agreement with Nortel, Richardson,

May 1, 1997

WorldCom also announced that it has reached an 18-month supply agreement with Nortel, Richardson, TX. The $200 million deal calls for the delivery of dms-250 SuperNode long-distance tandem switching systems and dms-500E international switching systems, as well as the expansion of capacity in dms-250 systems now used in WorldCom`s networks in the United Kingdom and Germany.

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