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Central Telephone Company of Illinois (CEIL)

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1992



Centel merged with Sprint in May, 1992. Central Telephone of Illinois continues as an operating company under the Sprint Holding Company with one study area jurisdiction: Illinois.

COSA

Effect

CEIL

Associated operating company acquired by Sprint

 

1993 - 1996



Central Telephone of Illinois had no changes during this period.

1997



Central Telephone Company of Illinois - Chicago Metro Section (a large portion of study area CEIL) was sold to Ameritech in 10/97. Sprint still filed all their required ARMIS reports for CEIL because it was still over the revenue threshold.

COSA

Effect

CEIL

COSA remained Under Sprint but a large portion of it (Chicago Metro) moved to Illinois Bell (LBIL).

 

1998



Central Telephone Company of Illinois was sold to Gallatin River Communication on 4/22/98.

COSA

Effect

CEIL

Discontinued -- transferred to Gallatin River Communications, a competitive local exchange carrier

 

last reviewed/updated on January 07, 2010  


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