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Bellsouth offers BELLSOUTH SAVINGS AND SECURITY PLAN through Fidelity. Their plan covers 26,221 employees.

Updated on Jun 15, 2024

Bellsouth 401(k) plan information

Bellsouth’s 401(k) provider
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Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 12am EST, No weekend hours
PO Box 770002, Cincinatti, OH, 45277-0090
To access your Bellsouth 401(k) plan online, visit the Fidelity website and enter your username and password, or use the forgot login feature to reset your credentials. If you don’t have login credentials, try registering as a new user.
If you have a 401(k) plan through Bellsouth at Fidelity and no longer work there, you have a few options. You can leave it with Fidelity, roll it over into an individual retirement account (IRA), roll it over into a new 401(k), or withdraw the funds (may incur tax penalties).

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Bellsouth 401(k) plan details

Bellsouth offers BELLSOUTH SAVINGS AND SECURITY PLAN through Fidelity. Their plan covers 26,221 employees.

Bellsouth Corporation, based in Atlanta, Georgia, is a large telecommunication firm that operated from 1983 until 2006, when it was acquired by AT&T. Created in 1983 as a holding company for Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company and South Central Bell Telephone Company after the divestment of AT&T’s local telephone operation business under the Modified Final Judgment antitrust settlement, Bellsouth operated as an independent company with diversified telecommunications and entertainment services. Its primary markets included nine US states including Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana Mississippi North Carolina South Carolina and Tennessee. The company also ventured into international operations in Latin America during the late 1990s and early 2000s with its acquisition of Compañia Anónima Nacional Teléfonos de Venezuela (CANTV) which provided telephone service to over 4 million customers in Venezuela at the time. In addition to providing fixed-line services such as voice communication landlines cellular phone services internet access satellite television access etc., Bellsouth offered an array of other services such as paging data storage directory publishing long distance services cellular towers construction etc. After it announced its intention to be acquired by AT&T on March 5th 2006 its stockholders voted to accept the deal on November 29th 2006 thus leading to one of the largest corporate mergers in US history at that time.
P.O. BOX 132160, DALLAS, TX 753132160
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