Windstream Holdings will be delisted from the NASDAQ stock exchange on Wednesday 6 March.
In an SEC filing, the company said it was informed of the decision on 25 February, and that it will not contest the decision.
The telecom IT services company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last week, following a protracted legal battle over outstanding bonds.
Last month, a US federal court ruled in favour of bondholders that Windstream had improperly transferred assets. It awarded the plaintiff, Aurelius Capital Management, $310m plus interest.
Allowing for other bondholders to make accelerated payment claims, Bloomberg reported that Windstream could be liable for up to $5.8bn in payouts.
The company's stock has fallen nearly 90 per cent since the judgment by the New York federal court.
Windstream specialises in voice and data network communications, and managed services.
The Arkansas-based firm was once a Fortune 500 company with revenues in excess of $6bn.
Windstream is still trading over the counter, and says it has received $1bn in credit from Citigroup to help restructure its debts.
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