JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - AT&T Universal Card Services has changed the calling card benefit tied to its cobranded card. To give AT&T cardholders more incentive to use the calling card feature for domestic calls, AT&T has created a tiered rebate structure.

Since the card's 1990 launch, AT&T Universal cardholders have gotten a straight 10% rebate on domestic calling card calls. Now if cardholders make up to $9.99 worth of calls, they receive no rebate. For $10 to $24.99, they get a 10% rebate, and for $25 or more, they receive a 25% rebate.

The rate structure mirrors one used by AT&T's Consumer Communication Services unit for its calling card customers, a spokesman said.

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