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CenturyLink launches Prism TV fiber network in Salt Lake City areas

CENTURYLINK, INC. LOGOCenturyLink has launched its fiber optic-based Prism TV service to many residential and business addresses in Salt Lake City and the surrounding areas. The launch of the service follows CenturyLink’s roll-out of fiber-enabled 1 gigabit per second (Gbps) broadband in Salt Lake City and other Utah areas that began last year.

“Prism TV is different from other television services in Salt Lake City. It delivers a digital connection to the home, providing a combination of interactive features, a wireless set-top box and a large selection of HD channels,” said Jeremy Ferkin, CenturyLink vice president of Utah operations.

“Utah is home to one of the nation’s most connected high-speed broadband systems in the country,” said Val Hale, executive director, Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development.

CenturyLink’s has committed to bring 1 Gbps speeds to approximately 100,000 residential customers during the next 12 months in locations ranging from Logan to St. George.

Customers are encouraged to go to www.centurylink.com/prismtvme to sign up and get notified when the service is available in their area.

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