CenturyLink launches Prism cable service [telecom]

CenturyLink launches Prism cable service in El Paso County

CenturyLink has launched its Prism TV service in parts of El Paso County and plans to expand it to much of the Colorado Springs area by midsummer, becoming the area's first major cable television competitor to Comcast, other than satellite services, since 1990.

The Louisiana-based telecommunications giant is offering television packages starting at $39.99 a month for 130 channels on a promotional rate that increases by $20 after the first six months and requires a one-year commitment. CenturyLink also is offering an expanded package with 62 additional channels for $55.99 for six months and a top package that includes 55 premium movie channels for $98.99 a month; both are promotional rates that also increase by $20 after six months and require a one-year commitment.

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Here's the question: is this only for FTTH customers, or is it a general Internet offering that's available to anyone?


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Bill Horne
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