LICT Corporation, through its subsidiaries, provides various regulated and unregulated telecommunications services. TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPERATIONS Wireline Telecommunications The company conducts its telecommunications operations through subsidiary companies. The telecommunications group offers additional services, such as Internet access service, alarm services, long distance service, and competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC) service. The company's telephone operations are located in California, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Oregon, Utah, and Wisconsin. Local network services: The company provides telephone wireline access services to residential and nonresidential customers in service areas. It provides local network customers various calling features, including call forwarding, conference calling, caller identification, voicemail, and call waiting. It also offers packages of telecommunications services. Network access services: The company provides network access services to long distance carriers and other carriers which involve the use of facilities to originate and terminate interstate and intrastate telephone calls. Other Businesses: The company also provides non-regulated telephone-related services, including Internet access service and long distance resale service in certain of its telephone service (and adjacent) areas. In addition, the company provides and intends to expand its provision of local telephone and other telecommunications services outside certain of its franchise areas, by establishing CLEC operations in nearby areas. In selected areas, the company provides security installation and monitoring services to homes and businesses, and cable television services (CATV), including cable modem service for high-speed Internet access. As of December 31, 2008, Internet access customers totaled 23,355. In particular, an affiliate of Dunkirk & Fredonia Telephone Company (DFT) provides CLEC service on both a facilities-based and resale basis in Dunkirk and Jamestown, New York, certain areas of Buffalo, New York, and two other western New York counties. Giant Communications, Inc., an affiliate of J.B.N. Telephone Co., provides CLEC services in Northeast Kansas, including VoIP services to end users. CS Technologies, Inc, an affiliate of Central Scott Telephone Co., provides CLEC services, as well as VoIP and other data services, in Mount Joy, Bettendorf and Davenport, Iowa, primarily through its own facilities but also through UNE-L facilities. Central Telcom Services, LLC (CTS), an affiliate of CentraCom Telephone Co., based in Fairview, Utah, is operating as a CLEC in Nevada and has obtained approval to establish CLEC operations in Utah. Wireless and Other Interests Iowa Network Services, Inc. (INS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company, provides wireline telecommunications access and transport services, long distance services and Internet equipment and services to the exchanges of participating telephone companies and others. In addition, INS owns a minority position in Iowa Wireless Services, LLC, which operates a Personal Communications Service (PCS) network covering major metropolitan areas in Iowa, excluding majority of the Des Moines Basic Trading Area. Dakota Carrier Network, LLC (DCN), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company owns a 3.435% member interest in DCN, which is a fiber network developed by participating telephone companies in North Dakota. Wapsi Wireless, L.L.C. (Wapsi), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company owns a 14.29% membership interest in Wapsi, which provides PCS services to Clinton and Jackson Counties in Iowa utilizing the INS switching platform. Modoc RSA Limited Partnership (Modoc), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company owns a 25% limited partnership in Modoc, which provides cellular telephone service to California RSA No. 2. North Dakota RSA’s: Though intermediate, minority owned corporations, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company owns minority positions in two North Dakota cellular providers. North Dakota RSA No 3 Limited Partnership, in which the company’s net ownership is 1.33% provides cellular telephone service to North Dakota RSA No. 3. North Dakota RSA No. 5 Limited Partnership, in which the company’s net ownership is 1.53%, provides cellular telephone service to North Dakota RSA No. 5. PTPMS Communications, L.L.C. (PTPMS): A wholly-owned subsidiary of the company is a 49.9% owner of PTPMS. PTPMS owns 22 licenses covering a population of 27.6 million. PTPMS Communications II, L.L.C. (PTPMS II): A wholly-owned subsidiary of the company is a 49.9% owner of PTPMS II, which owns three licenses covering a population of 6.4 million in BTAs, including the cities of Buffalo, New York, Des Moines-Quad-Cities, Iowa/Illinois, and El Paso, Texas. History LICT Corporation was founded in 1996. The company was formerly known as Lynch Interactive Corporation and changed its name to LICT Corporation in March 2007.
lict corp (LICT:OTC US)
401 Theodore Fremd Avenue
Rye, NY 10580
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