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The Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company of Virginia;|
Bell Atlantic - Virginia, Inc.
|Subsidiary of Verizon|
|Products||Local Telephone Service, Verizon FiOS|
American Bell (1883-1899)|
Bell Atlantic/Verizon (1984–present)
Verizon Virginia is an American telecommunications company, that was founded as the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company of Virginia in 1903.
In 1994, Bell Atlantic renamed all of its operating companies. C&P Telephone of Virginia was renamed Bell Atlantic – Virginia, Inc.
In 2010, operations in Alleghany County that served customers in Crows and Hematite were split from Verizon Virginia and transferred to Frontier Communications of Virginia, a subsidiary of Frontier Communications.
In 2011, Verizon Virginia became a limited liability company, changing its name to Verizon Virginia LLC.
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