Investor FAQ

  1. What will happen to the company’s common stock that I own? Will I receive any compensation if the stock is cancelled?
  • It is too early to say what will happen to Windstream’s common stock as a result of the court-supervised restructuring process.
  • Often, however, the common stock of a company in Chapter 11 proves to not have value and is cancelled upon the company’s emergence from the court-supervised process.
  • As a result of Windstream’s filing for Chapter 11, shares of our common stock will no longer be listed on NASDAQ, beginning on Wednesday, March 6th. Our shares will continue to trade on the OTC “Over-the-Counter” Bulletin Board, or “pink sheets,” beginning March 6 under the symbol “WINQ.” 
  1. Will the company’s common stock stop being publicly traded now that the company has filed for Chapter 11 protection?
  • While the company moves through the court-supervised process, Windstream common stock may continue be traded over the counter, but we cannot assure you that it will continue to be traded. 
  1. Can / should I sell my Windstream common stock now?
  • We are not in a position to offer investment advice.
  • Please contact your investment adviser or brokerage firm to discuss the options available to you.
  • Any recovery to existing shareholders will ultimately be determined in connection with the court-supervised process.
  1. Will you hold quarterly earnings reports and host investor conference calls?
  • We intend to continue to file quarterly and annual reports with the Securities and Exchange Commission during the Chapter 11 proceedings.
  1. How will the Chapter 11 filing affect the value of the company’s bonds?
  • It is not possible to predict what value, if any, the company bonds may ultimately have.