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Hawaiian Telcom, Inc., is the local exchange carrier or the main local telephone company, that serves the state of Hawaii. It's owned by Hawaiian Telcom Holdco, Inc., and was founded in 2005 by The Carlyle Group, after it purchased the Hawaiian assets of Verizon Communications. Hawaiian Telcom gives its customers a wide range of consumer, business, wholesale communications choices and offers technology services. Their offerings include local phone, long distance, internet services (DSL and Fiber Optics), and television service, alongside wireless service such as a mobile virtual network operator using the leased capacity provided by Sprint and Verizon Wireless's CDMA networks.