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GTE Midwest, Inc. dba Verizon Midwest, Inc. (GTMD)

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1990 - 1992



GTE Midwest, Inc. did not exist as an operating company.

1993



GTE Midwest, Inc. became a new operating company under the GTE holding company. Study area jurisdictions GTIA, GTMN, GTMO, and GTNE were moved from the control of GTE North, Inc. to this new GTE operating company. Contel of Missouri d/b/a GTE Missouri merged under GTE Midwest, Inc. GTE Midwest, Inc. also acquired Contel's study area jurisdictions Iowa, Systems Iowa, System Missouri and Eastern Missouri. All the transactions took place on 4/1/93.

COSA

Effect

GTMD

Newly Created Operating Company COSA. 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.

GTIA

Transferred from control of GTE North, Inc.

GTMN

Transferred from control of GTE North, Inc.

GTMO

Transferred from control of GTE North, Inc.

GTNE

Transferred from control of GTE North, Inc.

COMO

Transferred from control of Contel of Missouri d/b/a GTE Missouri

COIA

Transferred from Contel

COSI

Transferred from Contel

COCM

Transferred from Contel

COEM

Transferred from Contel

COIT, COMT

These COSAs represent roll ups of ARMIS Service Quality (43-05), ARMIS Customer Satisfaction (43-06), and ARMIS Infrastructure (43-07) Report data for COSAs COIA & COSI (for COIT) and COMO, COCM & COEM (for COMT). Therefore, you must use caution when rolling-up or comparing GTE's amounts in the above reports. To avoid a double count of data, do not roll up these three COSAs with their already rolled-up COSAs.

 

1994



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

1995



GTE Midwest, Inc. transferred control of study area jurisdiction, GTMN, to Contel of Minnesota, Inc. d/b/a GTE Minnesota on 1/1/95.

COSA

Effect

GTMN

Transferred control to Contel of Minnesota d/b/a GTE Minnesota

 

1996 - 1999



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

2000



On 6/30/2000, Bell Atlantic (BNTR) and GTE Corporation (GTTC) merged into one company, Verizon Communications. GTE Midwest, Inc. was renamed as GTE Midwest, Incorporated dba Verizon Midwest. In addition, Verizon Communications sold several of the study areas under this company. On 6/30/2000, all the Iowa study areas (GTIA, COIA, & COSI) were sold to Iowa Network Service, and the Nebraska study area (GTNE) was sold to Citizens Communications – CTC of Nebraska.

COSA

Effect

GTMW

Transferred to Verizon Communications

GTIA

Transferred to Iowa Telecommunications (ITNO)

GTNE

Transferred to Citizens Communications (CTNE)

COIA

Transferred to Iowa Telecommunications (ITIA)

COSI

Transferred to Iowa Telecommunications (ITSI)

 

2001



GTE Midwest, Inc. dba Verizon Midwest, Inc. had no changes during this period.

2002



On 8/31/2002, Verizon Communications sold all the study area jurisdictions in Missouri to CenturyTel. GTE Midwest Inc. d/b/a Verizon Midwest, Inc. is discontinued as an operating company.

COSA

Effect

GTMD

Discontinued

GTMO

Transferred to CenturyTel

COMO

Transferred to CenturyTel

COCM

Transferred to CenturyTel

COEM

Transferred to CenturyTel

 

last reviewed/updated on January 07, 2010  


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