CenturyLink Expands its Gigabit Service to 16 Cities

  • CenturyLink
MONROE, LA – CenturyLink announced that symmetrical broadband speeds up to 1 gigabit per second (Gbps) are available now to residential and business customers in select locations in 16 cities through its ultra-fast fiber network. Thousands of customers can begin enjoying the benefits of gigabit speeds and hundreds of thousands of residential and business customers will also have access to these advanced fiber services within the next 12 months.

CenturyLink is using fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) technology to provide these ultra-fast broadband speeds to residential and business customers in select locations within ten cities and to business customers in an additional six cities:

Residential and Business

  • Columbia, Mo.

  • Denver

  • Jefferson City, Mo.

  • Las Vegas

  • Minneapolis-St. Paul

  • Omaha

  • Orlando

  • Portland

  • Salt Lake City

  • Seattle


Business Only

  • Albuquerque, N.M.

  • Colorado Springs, Colo.

  • Phoenix

  • Sioux Falls, S.D.

  • Spokane, Wash.

  • Tucson, Ariz.


Speeds up to 1 Gbps allow users to stream high-definition video content with little to no delays and download movies, songs and TV shows in seconds. Residential customers who have multiple devices connected to one Internet connection in the home will have more than enough capacity and speed to support other uses of broadband such as online gaming, home automation, and increasingly important cloud services.

Instant Access to Cloud Business Applications
CenturyLink’s 1 Gbps service has been deployed in these 16 cities to meet the needs of businesses of all sizes with secure network capabilities and access to CenturyLink’s private and public cloud offerings and its more than 55 worldwide data centers. One gigabit speeds help businesses increase productivity and efficiency by allowing them to gain instant access to cloud business applications, share multimedia files, stream video content, and back up data in real time. CenturyLink’s symmetrical upload and download fiber speeds of up to 1 Gbps outperform the slower speeds available through many basic business broadband providers, including cable companies.

This multi-city residential and business service offering extends CenturyLink’s 1 Gbps service already available to residential customers in certain parts of Omaha and Las Vegas and select business customers in Salt Lake City.

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