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1990 - 1992

GTE Northwest, Inc. was an operating company consisting of five study area jurisdictions: Idaho (GTID), Montana (GTMT), Oregon (GTOR), Washington (GTWA) and West Coast CA (GNCA).

COSA

Effect

GTNW

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.

 

1993

On 2/28/1993, GTE Northwest, Inc. acquired Contel study area jurisdictions from Washington, Oregon, and Idaho.

COSA

Effect

COWA

Transferred from Contel

COOR

Transferred from Contel

COID

Transferred from the control of Contel of the West, Inc. d/b/a GTE West

 

1994

GTE Northwest, Inc. sold Contel/Idaho to Citizens Telecom on 12/31/93.

COSA

Effect

COID

Transferred to Citizens on 12/31/93

 

1995

GTE Northwest, Inc. sold Montana (GTMT) study area to Citizens Telecom on 12/1/94, and also merged study area jurisdiction Contel/Oregon (COOR) into GTE's existing Oregon (GTOR).

COSA

Effect

GTMT

Transferred to Citizens on 12/1/94

GTOR

Expanded to include COOR Study Area

COOR

Discontinued (part of GTOR)

 

1996 - 1999

There were no changes made under GTE Northwest, Inc. operating company.

2000

On 6/30/2000, Bell Atlantic (BNTR) and GTE Corporation (GTTC) merged into one company, Verizon Communications. GTE Northwest, Inc. was renamed Verizon Northwest, Inc.

2001 - 2009

Verizon Northwest, Inc. had no changes during this period.

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Updated: 
Thursday, May 14, 2015