FCC Record, Volume 26, No. 7, Pages 4843 to 5761, March 28 - April 08, 2011 Page: 4,965
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Federal Communications Commission New Media Information 2021418-0500
445 12" St, S.W. Internet: http:l/www.fcc.gov
Washington, D.C. 20554 TrY: 1-88-0355322
Released: March 29, 2011
DOMESTIC SECTION 214 APPLICATION FILED FOR THE TRANSFER OF CONTROL OF
PROTEL ADVANTAGE, INC. D/B/A LONG DISTANCE SAVINGS
FROM THE ESTATE OF SCOTT LEE
TO DEREK LEE, DARREN LEE, AND DALEN LEE
STREAMLINED PLEADING CYCLE ESTABLISHED
WC Docket No. 11-53
Comments Due: April 12, 2011
Reply Comments Due: April 19, 2011
On March 7, 2011, Protel Advantage, Inc. d/b/a Long Distance Savings (Protel), the Estate of
Scott Lee (Transferor), and Derek Lee, Darren Lee, and Dalen Lee (Transferees) (collectively,
Applicants) filed an application, pursuant to section 63.03 of the Commission's rules' to request authority
for the transfer of control of Protel held in the Estate of Scott Lee to Transferees.
Protel, a Minnesota corporation, resells interexchange services in Colorado, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa,
Kentucky, Michigan, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Pennsylvania,
Texas, Virginia, and Washington. The Estate of Scott Lee currently holds 83.2 percent of the shares of
Protel. The transferees, all U.S. citizens, each currently own two percent of Protel. Following
consummation of the proposed transaction, the transferees will own 89.2 percent of Protel as follows:
Derek Lee (29.7 percent), Darren Lee (29.7 percent), and Dalen Lee (29.7 percent). Applicants state that
no other person or entity, either directly or indirectly, will own ten percent or more of the equity of Protel.
They further state that the transferees do not have any interests in other telecommunications carriers.
Applicants assert that the proposed transaction is entitled to presumptive streamlined treatment under
section 63.03(bX)1)ii) of the Commission's rules and that a grant of the application will serve the public
interest, convenience, and necessity.2
Domestic Section 214 Application Filed for the Transfer of Control of
Protel Advantage, Inc. d/b/a Long Distance Savings from the Estate of Scott Lee to
Derek Lee, Darren Lee, and Dalen Lee, WC Docket No. 11-53 (filed Mar. 7, 2011).
47 C.F.R 63.03; see 47 U.S.C. 214. Applicants also filed an application for transfer of control associated with
authorizations for international services. Any action on this domestic section 214 application is without prejudice to
Commission action on other pending applications. Applicants filed a supplement to their domestic section 214
application on March 25, 201 1.
2 47 C.F.R. 63.03(b)(1)(ii).
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