Hawaiian Telcom begins trading on NASDAQ

With their Chapter 11 reorganization behind them, Hawaiian Telcom has begun trading on NASDAQ under the symbol HCOM.

Eric K. Yeaman, Hawaiian Telcom's President and CEO, said in a statement, "Trading on NASDAQ is another important milestone for the Company, and will improve trading liquidity in our shares, provide greater exposure to investors and further enhance value for our shareholders."

BNY Mellon will continue to serve as the transfer agent for Hawaiian Telcom's common stock.

Hawaiian Telcom has come out swinging ever since it completed its Chapter 11 reorganization last October.

Among the telco's several service initiatives for consumers and businesses are its Business All-in-One package for SMBs and winning a cable franchise to begin offering IPTV service in Oahu to compete against dominant cable operator Oceanic Time Warner.

For more:
- see the release

Related articles:
Hawaiian Telcom's TV franchise allows it to compete against Oceanic Time Warner
Hawaiian Telcom toys with IPTV, 2010 revenues remain stable
Hawaiian Telcom completes Chapter 11 reorganization
Hawaiian Telcom's reorganization plan gets PUC approval

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