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Verizon Bell Atlantic Corporation (BNTR)

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1990 - 1993


Bell Atlantic had no changes during this period. Prior to 1990, Bell Atlantic Corporation was holding company for seven operating companies with one study area jurisdiction for each: The Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone (C&P) - District of Columbia (CDDC), C&P of Maryland (CMMD), C&P of Virginia (CVVA), C&P of West Virginia (CWWV), The Diamond State Telephone Company (DSDE), The Bell Telephone of Pennsylvania (PAPA), and New Jersey Bell Telephone Company (NJNJ).

1994


Bell Atlantic Corporation changed the names of its seven operating companies on 1/1/1994.

COSA

Effect

CDDC

Name change to Bell Atlantic - Washington, D.C., Inc.

CMMD

Name change to Bell Atlantic - Maryland, Inc.

CVVA

Name change to Bell Atlantic - Virginia, Inc.

CWWV

Name change to Bell Atlantic - West Virginia, Inc.

DSDE

Name change to Bell Atlantic - Delaware, Inc.

PAPA

Name change to Bell Atlantic - Pennsylvania, Inc.

NJNJ

Name change to Bell Atlantic - New Jersey, Inc.

 1995 - 1996


Bell Atlantic Corporation had no changes during this period.

1997 - 1999


Bell Atlantic Corporation (BATR) acquired NYNEX Corporation (NXTR) on 8/14/1997, which consisted of two operating companies: New York Telephone Company (NYNY) and New England Telephone and Telegraph Company (NETC).

COSA

Effect

BNTR

A new holding company COSA for Bell Atlantic Corporation

BATR

Discontinued

NXTR

Discontinued

NETC

Transferred operating company from NYNEX

NEME

Transferred study area from NYNEX

NEMA

Transferred study area from NYNEX

NENH

Transferred study area from NYNEX

NERI

Transferred study area from NYNEX

NEVT

Transferred study area from NYNEX

NYNY

Transferred operating company and study area from NYNEX

 2000


On 6/30/2000, Bell Atlantic Corporation (BNTR) and GTE Corporation (GTTC) merged into one company, Verizon Communications (VCTR). During this period, a new corporate structure was created. However, the merged entities remained separate filing companies for ARMIS data. The original operating companies under Bell Atlantic did not change; only the operating companies were given new names, as follows:

COSA

Effect

CDDC

New operating company name - Verizon Washington, D.C., Inc

CMMD

New operating company name – Verizon Maryland, Inc.

CVVA

New operating company name – Verizon Virginia, Inc.

CWWV

New operating company name – Verizon West Virginia, Inc.

DSDE

New operating company name – Verizon Delaware, Inc.

PAPA

New operating company name – Verizon Pennsylvania, Inc.

NJNJ

New operating company name – Verizon New Jersey, Inc.

NETC

New operating company name – Verizon New England, Inc. (Study Areas NEME, NEMA, NENH, NERI, & NEVT)

NYNY

New operating company name – Verizon New York, Inc.

2001 - 2007

The Verizon Bell Atlantic Operating Companies had no changes during this period.

2008


Effective April 1, 2008, FairPoint Communications acquired three study areas from Verizon New England: Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont.

 

COSA

Effect

NETC

Verizon New England, Inc. (Remaining Study Areas NEMA, NERI)

NEME

Study area sold to FairPoint Communications (FPME)

NENH

Study area sold to FairPoint Communications (FPNH)

NEVT

Study area sold to FairPoint Communications (FPVT)

2009

The Verizon Bell Atlantic Operating Companies had no changes during this period.

last reviewed/updated on January 07, 2010  


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