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Verizon North

Verizon North LLC
Type Private (Subsidiary of Verizon)
Industry Telecommunications
Predecessors Frontier North
Founded 2010
Area served Pennsylvania
Products Local Telephone Service
Parent Verizon (2010-present)
Website verizon.com

Verizon North LLC is a Verizon operating company providing local telephone service to former GTE customers in Pennsylvania.

History

In 2010, when the original Verizon North, whose service region included Pennsylvania,[1] was sold to Frontier Communications, the original company became Frontier North, with the Pennsylvania operations split into a new company, Verizon North Retain Company.[2]

The current company, Verizon North LLC, was created in December 2010 and absorbed the operations of Verizon North Retain Co.[3]

It is separate from Verizon Pennsylvania which provides telephone service to former Bell System lines.

References

  1. ^ PA Bulletin, Doc. No. 09-2258
  2. ^ http://wutc.wa.gov/rms2.nsf/177d98baa5918c7388256a550064a61e/5f6cff42529e2356882575c8007b94e5!OpenDocument
  3. ^ Pennsylvania Public Service Bulletin
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