Cinci Bell cutting White Pages in KY

Cincinnati Bell only has to provide White Pages directories in Kentucky to customers who request them says the state Public Service Commission (PSC).

On Monday the PSC allowed the move after reviewing a plan by the carrier to provide the information online, as well as in print for free to subscribers who request them. Cincinnati Bell will still distribute Yellow Pages to all customers, and Yellow Pages directories will include the listings of emergency and government information.  

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- Kentucky.com notes the loss of paper. Post.

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