CenturyLink, Inc. (NYSE: CTL) and Qwest Communications today completed their merger, creating the nation’s third largest telecommunications company in the United States. The combined company’s increased scale and financial strength will enable it to deliver a broader range of communications services to consumers and small businesses throughout the company’s 37-state service area and to business, wholesale and government customers nationwide via its 190,000 route-mile fiber network.
“The combination of our two companies allows us to offer customers of all sizes an even more robust portfolio of communications solutions that will continue to be backed by honest and personal service,” said Glen F. Post, III, chief executive officer and president of CenturyLink. Continue reading Qwest – CenturyLink Merger Completed
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved the pending merger between CenturyLink, Inc. (NYSE: CTL) and Qwest Communications (NYSE: Q).
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