CenturyTel of the Midwest-Kendall

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CenturyTel of the Midwest-Kendall, LLC
Private (Subsidiary of CenturyLink)
Industry Telecommunications
Founded 1989
Products Local Telephone Service
Parent CenturyTel/CenturyLink
Website http://www.centurylink.com/

CenturyTel of the Midwest-Kendall, LLC is one of the CenturyLink operating companies in Wisconsin. The company's cities include Peshtigo, Kendall, and Marinette.[1]

The company was operated as Novy Telephone Company from 1934 through 1988, then in 1989 was sold to an employee who operated as Kendall Telephone, Inc..[2][3] The company became CenturyTel of the Midwest - Kendall, Inc. in 1998. In 2001, the original company's assets were merged into a new company named CenturyTel of the Midwest-Kendall, LLC, which is simply a reincorporation of the original company in Delaware.

In 1998, CenturyTel acquired 89,000 telephone lines from Ameritech, which operated the lines through its Wisconsin Bell subsidiary. The lines were transferred to CenturyTel of the Midwest-Kendall.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Local Calling Guide: CenturyTel of the Midwest - Kendall, Inc.
  2. ^ "COULEE REGION BRIEFS". La Crosse Tribune. November 14, 1989. 
  3. ^ "CENTURYTEL OF THE MIDWEST - KENDALL, INC.". Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions. Retrieved 2016-08-07. 
  4. ^ Public Service Commission of Wisconsin[not in citation given]

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