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SureWest is a Roseville, CA based telecommunications company, servicing the Greater Sacramento Valley market. Surewest was founded in 1914 by William Doyle as the Roseville Telephone Company - Surewest became the official name in 2003. As of late 2000, Surewest's territory had grown to serve (ILEC) Roseville, CA, Citrus Heights, CA, Granite Bay, CA, Rocklin, CA, and Antelope, CA. With the purchase of the bankrupt WINfirst in 2002, service was extended and continues to grow in (CLEC) Sacramento, CA, Carmichael, CA, Elk Grove, CA, and Lincoln, CA. Services provided are telephone, DSL (10 Mbit/s/768 kbits/s, 6 Mbit/s/768 kbits/s, 3 Mbit/s/768 kbit/s, 1 Mbit/s/128 kbit/s), FTTH for CLEC areas up to 50 Mbit/s data both ways, IPTV for copper customers, IPTV in HD for FTTH customers, and unlimited CDMA cell phone service in the greater Sacramento region.

SureWest recently bought Everest Communications in Kansas and Missouri. SureWest is now in California, Kansas, and Missouri.

On April 6, 2009, SureWest launched a weekly 30-minute youth and high school sports program that can be viewed on SureWest digital TV and online.[1]

On January 22, 2008, SureWest announced the sale of its wireless network assets and spectrum licenses to Verizon Wireless. The sale closed in the second quarter of 2008.[2]


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