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1990 - 1997

Rhinelander Telephone Company, part of Rhinelander Telecommunications, Inc., was an operating company independent of Citizens Utility Company. Its revenues were below threshold, and it was not required to file ARMIS reports.

1998

In November 1998, Citizens acquired in its entirety Rhinelander Telecommunications, Inc., including Rhinelander Telephone Company with one study area jurisdiction: Wisconsin.

COSA

Effect

CTRN

New operating company and study area COSA under Citizens.

 

1999

Rhinelander Telephone Company had no changes during this period. The company's initial ARMIS filing (the ARMIS Service Quality 43-05 Report), made on April 3, 2000, was for this reporting year's data.

2000

During this period, Citizens purchased study areas and exchanges from a number of ILECs, which required it to reorganize its corporate structure. Rhinelander Telephone Company, formerly an operating company/study area, was disaggregated into a separate operating company and study area. The study area continued with the original COSA (CTRN) and the operating company was given a new COSA (CTWI). In addition, Citizen's Crandon Telephone Company (CTCR), Headwater Telephone Company (CTHW), and Rib Lake Telephone Company (CTRL) have been merged into Rhinelander Telephone Company.

COSA

Effect

CTWI

New operating company COSA.

CTRN

Changed from an operating company/study area to a study area; renamed CTC of Wisconsin – Rhinelander.

CTCR

Transferred from Citizens Crandon Telephone Company; renamed CTC of Wisconsin – Crandon.

CTHW

Transferred from Citizens Headwaters Telephone Company; renamed CTC of Wisconsin – Headwaters.

CTRL

Transferred from Citizens Rib Lake Telephone Company; renamed CTC of Wisconsin – Rib Lake.

 

2001 - 2009

Rhinelander Telephone Company had no changes during this period.

 

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Thursday, May 14, 2015