OMAHA, Neb. – October 16, 2019 – CenturyLink, Inc. (NYSE:CTL, news, filings) has expanded its fiber internet service to more than 2,500 homes and businesses in Loup City, Pender-Thurston, St. Paul, Valley and Waterloo due to investments from CenturyLink and a grant from Nebraska’s State Broadband Grant.
CenturyLink is delivering fiber technology to these communities as part of its participation in The Nebraska Universal Service Fund broadband grant program and its commitment to meet the broadband needs of residents and local businesses in Nebraska.
“CenturyLink knows that life is powered by connections and that communities benefit from fiber internet speeds,” said Chris Denzin, CenturyLink VP of consumer sales. “The Nebraska State Broadband Grant program, coupled with CenturyLink’s local investment, is a great example of the public and private sectors working together to provide connectivity that helps meet our customers’ personal and business needs.”
CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL) is a technology leader delivering hybrid networking, cloud connectivity, and security solutions to customers around the world. Through its extensive global fiber network, CenturyLink provides secure and reliable services to meet the growing digital demands of businesses and consumers. CenturyLink strives to be the trusted connection to the networked world and is focused on delivering technology that enhances the customer experience. Learn more at http://news.centurylink.com/.