CenturyLink offers faster service to businesses here

CenturyLink offers faster service to businesses here

By Marija B. Vader

Fiber InstallCenturyLink Tuesday announced the availability of symmetrical fiber-based Internet and data connection speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second for a significant percentage of Colorado Springs businesses as part of a fiber network expansion.

Colorado Springs is one of 16 cities nationwide which is receiving this upgrade.

By extending fiber to the premise connections deeper into Colorado Springs’ multi-tenant office buildings and surrounding business locations, the company scaled its fiber network to offer new pricing on fiber bundles that converge data, Internet and voice service.

“Businesses have trusted CenturyLink for years, and now they can trust us wit their most advanced IT needs as new technologies evolve and cloud computing takes root. This is a great win for Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak Region,” said Penny Larson, CenturyLink vice president and general manager for greater Colorado.

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Other cities which received the upgrade include Minneapolis-St. Paul, Orlando, Albuquerque, Denver, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Phoenix and others.

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