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Total Views: 1,, Recording Phone Calls and Conversations. California Recording Law. Total Views: , State Law: Recording. Using the Name or Likeness of Another. New York Recording Law. Articles of Incorporation for Nonprofits. Texas Recording Law. Copyright Digital Media Law Project and respective authors. As telephone systems were consolidated, the Texas industry grew from 6,, telephones operated by companies on January 1, , to 7,, telephones served by ninety-eight companies on December 31, In that year Texans served by Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, the largest company in the state, made a daily average of 35,, local and long distance calls.
The city of Houston, with 1,, telephones, had the largest number of any metropolitan area in Texas. By January 1, , there were 7,, telephones in the state, more than 90 percent of which were on direct distance dialing. By Texas telephones had increased to more than eleven million, served by eighty local exchange companies. Southwestern Bell Telephone Company averaged more than 71,, local and long distance calls daily. Among the seventy-eight independent telephone companies in the state were twenty-three telephone cooperatives owned by subscribers, serving more than , telephones through exchanges statewide.
Bell System companies continued to serve four out of five telephones in the state, while independent companies served over half the state's , square miles of certified service territory.
The largest subsidiary of the new company was the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, which provided service to nine million customers in five states, including Texas. Also established in , the Texas Division of Southwestern Bell Telephone, with headquarters at Dallas, became one of the largest nongovernmental employers in the state, serving 6. Southwestern Bell handled more than 75 million local calls and provided access for five million direct-dialed long distance calls daily.
In Texas had almost nine million telephone lines, served by fifty-eight local exchange companies, which also provided roughly one-third of the state's intrastate long distance service. Southwestern Bell handled more than 87 million local calls and provided access for an additional six million direct-dialed long distance calls daily. The company served the state with more than one million miles of copper and fiber optic cable. Because customers now owned the wiring within their premises as well as inside equipment, the industry no longer counted total telephones served.
Access lines reflected the number of connections provided by the company, but did not equate to number of customers. Fifty-eight independent telephone companies in the state included twenty-four telephone cooperatives serving more than , access lines through exchanges, while Bell System companies served roughly 80 percent of all Texans.
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