Allegiance Telecom, Inc., Debtor-in-Possession, (ATI) (with operating subsidiaries, “Allegiance”) and Qwest Communications International Inc. (with its operating subsidiaries, Qwest Communications Corporation, and Qwest Corporation, “Qwest,” and collectively with Allegiance, the “Applicants”) have filed an application, pursuant to sections 63.03, 63.04, and 63.12 of the Commission’s rules, for consent to transfer from Allegiance to Qwest substantially all of the assets used by Allegiance in the provision of domestic interstate and international telecommunications services.
Interested parties may file comments or petitions to deny on or before February 4, 2004. Oppositions or responses may be filed no later than February 11, 2004. All filings concerning any or all matters in this proceeding should refer to WC Docket No. 04-13. Copies of the application and subsequently filed documents in this matter may be obtained by clicking on the links below. Copies of all of the documents in this matter may also be obtained from Qualex International, in person at 445 12th Street, S.W., Room CY-B402, Washington, D.C. 20554, via telephone at (202) 863-2893, via facsimile at (202) 863-2898, via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, and electronically through the Commission’s Electronic Comment Filing System. The applications and any associated documents are also available for public inspection and copying during normal reference room hours at the FCC Reference Center.
Allegiance, which is currently operating under bankruptcy protection, provides telecommunications products and services to small and medium-sized business customers, large businesses, governmental entities, wholesale customers, and other institutional users. Allegiance provides services primarily through the use of its own switches and routing equipment, leased transport facilities, fiber optic networks, and local loops obtained from incumbent LECs. Applicants state that Allegiance operates in 36 metropolitan areas, 31 of which are outside the 14-state region in which Qwest operates as an incumbent LEC and include the territories of each of the other regional Bell Operating Companies (RBOCs). Applicants claim that nearly 90 percent of Allegiance’s revenues come from these out-of-region operations. Qwest, an incumbent LEC, provides voice, video and data services throughout the United States, with approximately 16.5 million residential and business access lines in its core 14-state local service territory.
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