CenturyLink sheds light on post Qwest acquisition structure

Keeping its promise to maintain a local presence and feel, CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL) revealed that when it completes its merger with Qwest (NYSE: Q) it will operate six regional offices.

The combined company's six regions will include: Eastern, Midwest, mountain, Southern, Northwest and Southwest.

Each of these regions will be run regional president, which Qwest has already named, out of a set headquarter location.

When the merger is completed by the middle of next year, the newly combined company will serve business and residential customers in over 37 states. After gaining state regulatory approval in Arizona on Monday, CenturyLink said it now has more than half of the necessary state regulatory approvals it needs to complete the deal.  

For more:
- Puget Sound Business Journal has this article
- Bloomberg also has this article

Related articles:
CenturyLink-Qwest merger gets Arizona Corporate Commission's blessing
CenturyLink reaches agreement with Cox over Qwest acquisition
Qwest's Euteneuer: Service provider industry consolidation was necessary
Integra Telecom drops opposition to CenturyLink/Qwest merger
Qwest's Q3 landline losses offset by broadband gains
CenturyLink, Qwest lower rates to placate federal customers
CenturyLink-Qwest deal comes under DoD scrutiny

Suggested Articles

Employers used to give some workers a company phone; now they have the option to offer company internet.

CenturyLink is not a wireless company, but the company expects to be an important player in 5G and IoT.

Charter's Spectrum Enterprise sees an increase in demand for networks that can respond dynamically to increased demand for bandwidth.