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Goodbye Frontier, hello Ziply

A Frontier Communications truck in downtown Gales Creek. Photo: Chas Hundley

OREGON - Frontier Communications officially completed the sale of their operations in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Montana on Friday to the company now known as Ziply Fiber. 

The deal closed at $1.35 billion, according to Ziply, which is headquartered in Kirkland, Wash. with offices in Beaverton, Everett, Wash., and Hayden, Idaho.

While the future may be bright for Ziply, the same is not the case for Frontier Communications, which filed for bankruptcy protection on April 14. The company has struggled financially for years amid a steady decline in their landline phone business,

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