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1992

GTE holding company acquired Contel of the West, Inc. which included Contel study area jurisdictions Arizona West (COWZ), New Mexico (CONM), Utah (COUT) and Idaho (COID).

COSA

Effect

COWW

Associated operating company acquired by GTE.

COWZ

Transferred from Contel

CONM

Transferred from Contel

COUT

Transferred from Contel

COID

Transferred from Contel

 

1993

Contel of the West, Inc. d/b/a GTE West transferred Contel study area jurisdiction Idaho (COID) to GTE Northwest, Inc. on 2/28/93. During 1993, study area jurisdictions COWZ and COUT were sold to Citizens Telecom. The study area jurisdiction CONM remained under COWW.

COSA

Effect

COID

Transferred under the control of GTE Northwest, Inc.

 

1994

Contel of the West, Inc. d/b/a GTE West (COWW) no longer filed ARMIS reports when it sold some of its Contel study area jurisdictions and fell below the revenue threshold. Contel of the West, Inc. d/b/a GTE West sold study area jurisdictions Arizona West (COWZ) and Utah (COUT) to Citizens Telecom on 12/31/93. This left Contel study area jurisdiction New Mexico (CONM).

COSA

Effect

COWW

No filing (under revenue threshold)

COWZ

Transferred to Citizens Telecom

COUT

Transferred to Citizens Telecom

 

1995

There were no changes made under Contel of the West, Inc. d/b/a GTE West operating company.

1996

Contel of the West, Inc. d/b/a GTE West (COWW) went out of existence when it transferred control of the remaining Contel study area jurisdiction New Mexico (CONM) to GTE Southwest, Inc. on 12/31/95, and resumed ARMIS reporting.

COSA

Effect

COWW

Discontinued

CONM

Transferred under the control of GTE Southwest, Inc.

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Thursday, May 14, 2015