AT&T Corp. has reached out to students of California State University with a multi-application campus card.

The telecommunications company has dialed up a deal to provide a magnetic-stripe card that lets students enter facilities on the state university's 22 campuses, pay for meals, buy books at university bookstores, use vending machines, vote in school elections, and gain access to library and health-care services on campus.

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