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CenturyLink offering $10 Internet to low-income Minnesotans

Low-income Minnesotans can get Internet connections from CenturyLink for about $10 a month. The deal is part of CenturyLinks recent merger with Qwest. Comcast made a similar deal to win approval of its merger with NBC last month.
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Low-income Minnesotans can get Internet connections from CenturyLink for about $10 a month. The deal is part of CenturyLinks recent merger with Qwest. Comcast made a similar deal to win approval of its merger with NBC last month.

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