Citizens Telecommunications Company of Nebraska

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Not to be confused with Citizens Telephone Cooperative.
Citizens Telecommunications Company of Nebraska
Type Subsidiary of Frontier
Industry Telecommunications
Predecessors GTE Midwest
Founded 1999
Headquarters USA
Products Local Telephone Service
Parent Citizens/Frontier (1999–present)
Website www.frontier.com

Citizens Telecommunications Company of Nebraska provides local telephone service in Nebraska and some rural communities in northern Kansas.[1]

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Citizens Telecommunications Company of Nebraska was founded in 1999. It was created to take over former GTE Midwest operations that GTE sold off as part of a larger plan to sell telephone lines nationwide prior to its acquisition by Bell Atlantic[2]

Citizens Utilities, upon acquiring assets of the former Frontier Corporation, began doing business as Frontier Communications. The company adopted the Frontier name for all of its local telephone operations, at which point Citizens in Nebraska began doing business as Frontier Communications of Nebraska.

Frontier provides telephone services to major communities such as Kearney through Citizens of Nebraska.

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