With tag: fairpoint_communications
FairPoint Expects To Turn Profit
Communications CEO Paul Sunu says he expects the company's years-long revenue
decline to reverse itself in 2013.
Following FEMA's Irene Funding
By Jane Lindholm
We discuss where post-Irene FEMA funding for state and town projects now stands, hear why some are unhappy with an agreement between the public service department and FairPoint Communications and we get a lesson on making the biggest splash in the pool.
Utility Board Makes FairPoint Pricing Easier
A decision by the board that oversees the
rates and quality of service of the state's public utilities is going to make
it easier for the state's largest landline telephone and Internet company to be
more responsive to its customers.
Granville Gets High-Speed Internet
FairPoint Communications says 225 more homes
and businesses in the town of Granville now have access to high-speed internet services.
FairPoint Makes Progress In Extending Broadband
By Ross Sneyd
FairPoint Communications says it's extended high-speed broadband access to
almost 90 percent of its customers. The
company faced a state-imposed deadline last week to expand the number of people
who can get fast connections on their computers.
FairPoint To Pay Penalty By Adding Broadband
says it will settle $7 million in service quality penalties imposed by
the state by expanding broadband Internet access to areas of Vermont
currently without it.
FairPoint Emerges From Bankruptcy
Telecommunications company FairPoint has
emerged from bankruptcy reorganization nearly 15 months after filing for
Chapter 11 with a crushing debt load and a battered financial sheet.
Vermont Regulators Reject FairPoint's Reorganization Plan
By John Dillon
Vermont utility regulators have rejected a plan by
FairPoint Communications to work itself out of bankruptcy. In a decision
released on Monday, the Public Service Board said the proposed reorganization doesn't do enough to promote the good of the
FairPoint, unions reach tentative agreement
FairPoint Communications and unions
representing nearly 3,000 employees in northern New England have reached a tentative agreement on a contract as FairPoint prepares
to submit its bankruptcy reorganization plan.