Chase Manhattan Corp. has become one of the first to use technology that identifies bank customers by the sounds of their voices, rather than by keyed-in personal identification numbers or passwords.

Since May 6, customers of two Chase offices in New York - part of the old Chemical Bank network - have been verifying their identities by speaking into telephone handsets.

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