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Discounted Internet plans available for seniors

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To help get more older Americans online, CenturyLink is offering discounted high-speed Internet service to income-qualified senior citizens starting at $9.95 per month. Higher bandwidth services, where available, are offered at a comparable discount.

Participation in CenturyLink Internet Basics is determined by the criteria for the Lifeline Affordable Telephone Service, a federal program offered by CenturyLink that provides discounts on basic monthly telephone service to eligible low-income consumers. Although the criteria are the same, residents are not required to have Lifeline service in order to obtain CenturyLink Internet Basics service; however, residents must qualify for one of 11 federal programs.

For complete information, visit www.centurylink.com/internetbasics.

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