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On 6/30/2000, Bell Atlantic Corporation (BNTR) and GTE Corporation (GTTC) merged into one company, Verizon Communications. However, Verizon Communications kept the two separate holding companies intact; Bell Atlantic and GTE Corporation. During this period, Verizon Communications sold a number of study areas and exchanges from the GTE operating companies.


 

Verizon Bell Atlantic Corporation

BNTR

Verizon Washington, D.C., Inc.

CDDC

Verizon Maryland, Inc.

CMMD

Verizon Virginia, Inc.

CVVA

Verizon West Virginia, Inc.

CWWV

Verizon Delaware, Inc.

DSDE

Verizon Pennsylvania, Inc.

PAPA

Verizon New Jersey, Inc.

NJNJ

Verizon New England Tel. & Tel., Inc.  

NETC, NEMA, NERI

Verizon New York Telephone, Inc.

NYNY

 


 

Verizon GTE Corporation

GTTC

Verizon California Inc.

GTGC, GTCA, COCA, CONV, COAZ

Verizon Florida Inc.

GTFL

Verizon North, Inc.

GTMW, GTIL, GTIN, GTMI, GTOH, GTPA, GTWI, COIL, COIN, COPA, COQS

Verizon Northwest, Inc.

GTNW, GTID, GTOR, GTWA, GNCA, COWA

Verizon South, Inc.

GTSO, GTNC, GTSC, GTVA, GTIL, CONC, COSC, COVA

Verizon Southwest, Inc. d/b/a  
Verizon Southwest

GTSW, GTTX, COTX

Contel of the South, Inc. d/b/a  
Verizon Mid-States

COSO, GLIN, GLMI

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Thursday, May 14, 2015