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1993

GTE holding company acquired Contel of the South, Inc. which included Contel's study area jurisdictions Alabama (COAL) and Georgia (COGA). Then, on 10/31/93, GTE and ALLTEL traded study area jurisdictions. GTE gave ALLTEL study area COGA and GTE received study areas Indiana (GLIN) and Michigan (GLMI).

COSA

Effect

COSO

Associated operating company acquired by GTE. ARMIS Service Quality (43-05), ARMIS Customer Satisfaction (43-06), and ARMIS Infrastructure (43-07) Reports are filed by GTE for this operating company-level COSA. ARMIS 43-05, 43-06, and 43-07 Reports are required to be filed only at the study area jurisdiction and holding company levels. Therefore, you must use caution when rolling-up or comparing GTE's amounts in the above reports.

COAL

Transferred from Contel

GLIN

Transferred from ALLTEL

GLMI

Transferred from ALLTEL

COGA

Transferred to ALLTEL

 

1994 -1999

Contel of the South, Inc. d/b/a GTE Systems of the South had no changes during this period.

2000

On 6/30/2000, Bell Atlantic (BNTR) and GTE Corporation (GTTC) merged into one company, Verizon Communications. Contel of the South, Inc. d/b/a GTE Systems of the South was renamed Contel of the South, Inc. d/b/a Verizon Mid-States.

2001

Contel of the South, Inc. d/b/a Verizon Mid-States had no changes during this period.

2002

Contel of the South d/b/a Mid-States sold study area jurisdiction Alabama (COAL) to CenturyTel on 6/30/2002.

COSA

Effect

COAL

Transferred to CenturyTel

 

2003

Contel of the South, Inc. d/b/a Verizon Mid-States fell below the revenue threshold, when it sold study area - COAL. Therefore, the operating company and study areas are no longer required to file the ARMIS Reports 43-01, 43-02, 43-03, 43-04, 43-08, 495A and 495B.

2004 - 2009

Contel of the South, Inc. d/b/a Verizon Mid-States had no changes during this period.

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Thursday, May 14, 2015