Talk:Hawaiian Telcom

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Verizon spinoff template[edit]

I had to remove the template because it attached itself to the Verizon article. Robert Moore 05:25, 7 February 2007 (UTC)

Time Warner Telecom versus Time Warner Cable[edit]

Time Warner Telecom is a CLEC operating in Hawaii and is a separate company from Time Warner Cable, the dominant cable television provider in the state. The former, Time Warner Telecom, was the CLEC that voiced concerns about the Carlyle purchase, not Time Warner Cable. See Hawaii PUC Docket No. 04-0140. I am reverting the 2/16 change that was made. 72.235.96.189 07:02, 21 February 2007 (UTC)