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1990 - 1998


Cincinnati Bell, Inc. had no changes during this period. Cincinnati Bell, Inc.is the holding company for operating company Cincinnati Bell Telephone, which has one study area jurisdiction comprised of Ohio and Kentucky.

In 1995, Cincinnati Bell, Inc. became an incentive plan carrier (the only one)and was required to file the 43-05 and 43-07 on an annual basis. This resulted in a 43-05 submission which was not loaded into ADRS, because the 43-05 report database structure was quarterly, prior to 1996. Cincinnati Bell, Inc. became an elective price carrier on July 1, 1997, and was no longer required to file the 43-07. Thus, 43-07 data for this carrier is available for years 1995through 1997, only.

1999


In 1999, Cincinnati Bell, Inc. ceased reporting ARMIS data for two existing study area jurisdictions under a single study area jurisdiction, CBTC. Thus,Cincinnati Bell ARMIS data for existing study areas Ohio (CBOH) and Kentucky(CBKY) is now reported separately for each study area. CBTC remains as the holding/operating company COSA. On 11/09/1999, CBTC and IXC Communications Inc .merged. The name of the holding company for these two merged companies was established as Broadwing, Inc., on 11/15/1999. With the new arrangement, CBTC retains its current operating company and holding company classifications under Broadwing, Inc.

COSA

Effect

CBTC

Remains holding/operating company COSA

CBOH

Created new COSA code for reporting study area jurisdiction, Ohio

CBKY

Created new COSA code for reporting study area jurisdiction, Kentucky

 

2000 - 2002


Cincinnati Bell, Inc. had no changes during this period.

2003


On September 5, 2003, Broadwing, Inc. sold the assets of its broadband business, including the Broadwing name, to C III Communications.

2004 - 2009

Cincinnati Bell, Inc. had no changes during this period.

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Thursday, May 14, 2015