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was up 1.8% in late morning after announcing plans to cut 1,000 jobs and to reduce the number of its regional headquarters to three from five.

The rural phone services company also said 2001 earnings would be in the $2.85-to-$3 range. The Street is expecting $2.98.

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Alltel said wireless subscriber growth has been slower than expected.