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We won’t have Qwest to kick around any more. We have a new provider to kick around.
If you think this doesn’t affect you because you have another provider of telephone and Internet services, think again. Like the song says, the thigh bone’s connected to the hip bone. Everybody in New Mexico is connected to Qwest, one way or another, and so are our plans for improved broadband (high-speed) connections.
Following an acquisition, Qwest is now CenturyLink, which promises to make good on Qwest’s commitment to expand broadband into 75 percent of the rural areas in its service territory. On the National Broadband Map (http://www.broadbandmap.gov/), New Mexico still looks like undiscovered country. We see dense concentrations of color in all the places you would expect, and our neighboring states all have their hotspots, but New Mexico looks like it wasn’t invited to the party.
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