Competitive Companies, Inc. (CCI), incorporated in March 1998, acts as a holding company for its operating subsidiaries, Competitive Communications, Inc. (Competitive Communications), CCI Residential Services Inc. (CCI Residential), DiscoverNet, Inc. (DiscoverNet), DiscoverNet of Wisconsin, LLC, (DiscoverNet, LLC), Innovation Capital Management, Inc., (ICM, Inc.). CCI provides telephone, cable television, long distance/inter-exchange, wireless, dial up and high-speed Internet connections and e-mail services. On April 2, 2009, the Company acquired 100% of the combined equity of ICM, Inc. (ICMI), ICM, LLC (ICML), and DiscoverNet, LLC (DNL). On January 12, 2010 the Company acquired Voice Vision, Inc. (VVI), a voice over Internet protocol (VOIP) company.


CCI provides telecommunications products and services that included local telephone services, domestic and international long distance services, enhanced voice, data and Internet services, and Cable television service primarily to residents of apartment complexes, retail businesses and residential users, as well as, Dial-up, Wireless and digital subscriber line (DSL) Internet services to businesses and residents within various markets throughout Wisconsin, the United States and Puerto Rico. During the year ended December 31, 2009, CCI provided telecommunications services to residents of apartment complexes, retail businesses and residential users, in primary and secondary metropolitan areas of California and Alabama. CCI provided telephone service to approximately 300 customers at seven apartment complexes, provided television service to approximately 350 customers at four properties, and provided DSL services to approximately 150 customers at five properties. CCI also provided dial-up services to approximately 800 customers, DSL services to approximately 150 customers, wireless services to approximately 50 customers and Web hosting services to approximately 25 customers through the DiscoverNet subsidiary.

Competitive Communications, Inc.

During the year ended December 31, 2009, CCI’s subsidiary, Competitive Communications, Inc. offered local and long distance telephone services, toll-free or (800) service, and dedicated Internet and DSL services to business and non-apartment complex residential customers. Services were sold as bundled or unbundled, depending on the customer’s preference. Competitive Communications also sold services to CCI Residential, which then sold those services to apartment residents under shared tenant services provisions.

CCI Residential Services

CCI Residential provided the products and services, including local and long distance services, high-speed Internet, cable television, and toll-free or (800) service in California and Alabama. Services sold by CCI Residential could be bundled or unbundled depending on the customer’s preference. CCI Residential sold telephone, cable television, and Internet services to apartment complex customers. Its revenue generated include approximately 40% from telephone-related service, approximately 40% from cable television service, and approximately 20% from Internet service to tenants of apartment complexes serviced by the Company.

The Company competes with AT&T, BellSouth, Verizon, Vonage and Skype.
Competitive Companies, Inc (CCI) is an American company engaged in the provision of telecommunications services. The company was incorporated in 2000 under the laws of the State of Nevada. It is publicly traded on the NASDAQ OTC Bulletin Board under the ticker symbol CCOP with registered business address located in Riverside, California.
CCI offers a wide range of services which include telephone, cable television, long distance/interexchange and dial up and high-speed internet connections and e-mail services, mainly to customers who live in multi-tenant residential buildings. It provides a full array of telephony and telecommunications services to apartment complexes, residences, and businesses through traditional telephony networks and wireless internet networks in California, Alabama, and Mississippi.
CCI provides telephone service to approximately 3,000 customers, at eight high-end apartment complexes and provide television service to approximately 1,000 customers at four properties and high-speed internet access at four properties. The company’s industry alliances include at&t, BellSouth, CenturyTel, Qwest, and Verizon.
CCI operates as a regulated Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC), and as an Interexchange Carrier (IXC), owning and operating Class 4 tandem switches and providing telephone service to residences, businesses, and Shared Tenant Services (STS) providers using a Hub Concept. The company’s goal is to bring broadband access to the huge rural market that lies outside the influence of major cable and broadband providers.

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