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RE: ILEC Map

  • From: Spencer.Wood
  • Date: Tue Mar 12 08:05:46 2002


If memory serves, Alltel has fully merged the old WRT company into it's organization, so it's really just Alltel...

I'm noticing the same thing happening with Ameritech and SBC.....In the recent meetings we have had with Ameritech, they are now referring to them selves as SBC, along with SBC Business cards......I would be surprised if Ameritech exist in another 5 years....

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"Steven J. Sobol" <[email protected]>
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03/11/2002 11:32 PM

       
        To:        Mark Radabaugh <[email protected]>
        cc:        [email protected]
        Subject:        RE: ILEC Map




On Mon, 11 Mar 2002, Mark Radabaugh wrote:

>
> Here is the map for Ohio:
> http://www.puc.state.oh.us/pucogis/STATEMAP/AC_TelServAreaA.pdf
>
> Only 43 ILEC's here...

Mark, I wouldn't expect you to know this, as you don't live in the proper
part of the state to know the telco history here. :) But Western Reverse
(er, Western Reserve) Telephone and Alltel are listed separately, and
Alltel bought out Western Reserve years ago. Alltel has local headquarters
out in Hudson, the former home of WRT.

I suspect that a lot of states are like this, with the records reflecting
more ILECs than actually still exist. Alltel has always done business as
Alltel west of Cleveland (for example, in Elyria in Lorain County) but
they may still be operating Western Reserve as a separate business unit
covering the rural areas south and east of the city..

No big surprises here, really. Ameritech is the ILEC in the big cities,
and much of the rest of the state is divvied up between Verizon and
Sprint...

If I actually had time to research it, I'd love to find out how many of
the carriers listed on this PDF are still in business...

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