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                         Before the
              Federal Communications Commission
                   Washington, D.C. 20554

In the Matter of                  )
Core Communications, Inc., and    )
Z-Tel Communications, Inc.,       )
      Complainants,               )
                                 )   File No. EB-01-MD-017
                v.                )
SBC Communications Inc.,          )
Southwestern Bell Telephone       )
Company,                          )
Pacific Bell Telephone Company,   )
Nevada Bell Telephone Company,    )
The Southern New England          )
Telephone Company,                )
Illinois Bell Telephone           )
Company,                          )
Indiana Bell Telephone Company,   )
Michigan Bell Telephone           )
Company,                          )
The Ohio Bell Telephone           )
Company, and
Wisconsin Bell, Inc., 



                                        Released:  April 30, 

By the  Deputy Chief,  Market Disputes  Resolution Division, 
Enforcement Bureau:

     On April 17, 2003, the Commission released a Memorandum 
Opinion and Order (FCC 03-83) in the above-captioned 
proceeding (``Order'').  By this erratum, the Order is 
corrected to statethat the complainant referred to in the Order as Core 
Communications, Inc. is CoreComm Communications, Inc.

                              FEDERAL         COMMUNICATIONS 

                              Radhika V. Karmarkar
                              Deputy Chief,  Market Disputes 
Resolution Division
Enforcement Bureau