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Thanks for the info. From what I understand Computershare is the management company for the drip. You can send as little as 25.00 each time you send money to them. So you don't have to buy whole shares. It is just that AT&T passes on the computershare fee for the transaction (granted it is not much) but it is the principal of the thing. As I said when I send in money to purchase more Kellogg Wells Fargo Shareholder Services changes nothing.

Computershare told me if I wanted to shift my drip to say Fidelity where I would have to buy whole shares at a time there is a fee associated with that transaction. A DTC transfer I believe is what it is called. Computershare charges for everything. They make me very unhappy.
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