CenturyLink Aims To Ease Minnesota Landline Repair RulesTelecommunications company CenturyLink has asked Minnesota utility regulators to ease a decades-old rule that requires it to give priority for repairs to landline customers, saying the requirement is obsolete in an era dominated by broadband communications.
CenturyLink: All Services Restored After Significant Internet OutageServices have been restored to CenturyLink customers after a significant internet outage Sunday.
CenturyLink To Pay State $2.25 Million For Failing To Mark Underground Lines During Digging SeasonMnOPS says the violations of Minnesota's one-call law began in April of 2019 and went on for months.
CenturyLink To Lay Off 150 Employees In MinnesotaCenturyLink has announced approximately 150 employee positions will be terminated in Minnesota.
CenturyLink To Pay Nearly $9M In Minnesota Overcharge CaseCenturyLink has agreed to pay nearly $9 million to settle allegations the company overbilled Minnesota customers, Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison said Wednesday.
CenturyLink, West Safety To Pay More Than $500K For August 911 OutageA 911 outage on Aug. 1, 2018, prevented hundreds of emergency calls from routing across Minnesota, North Dakota and North Carolina. This week, the FCC announced settlements totaling $575,000 with the service providers responsible for with the outage that lasted 65 minutes.
Complaints: CenturyLink Failed To Respond To Cable MarkingState law requires property owners and professional contractors to notify the Office of Pipeline Safety before digging.
Homeowners Experience Delays With CenturyLink Marking Yards For Digging ProjectsIt typically takes two days for utility companies to come mark water, gas and electric lines after homeowners submit a request, but when St. Paul homeowner Julia Dady wanted to plant a sugar maple tree in her front yard, it turned into a headache and revealed a larger problem with CenturyLink.
Human Error To Blame For Statewide 911 Outage State officials say human error was responsible for the statewide 911 outage earlier this month.
CenturyLink Blames 3rd Party Vendor For Minn. 911 OutageAn investigation is underway into why Minnesota's 911 system went down for an hour Wednesday afternoon.
Attorney General: CenturyLink Must Disclose Fees Under OrderLori Swanson says the order was filed Monday in her ongoing lawsuit against CenturyLink.
Minnesota AG Sues CenturyLink For Alleged OverbillingSwanson says that she has numerous examples of consumers saying they were quoted at one price and then charged another.
CenturyLink, Vikings Announce Partnership, Wi-Fi Access Points In New StadiumThe bricks and mortar are being put into place at the new U.S. Bank stadium. Now, construction on the Wi-Fi infrastructure will begin.
Comcast Set To Unleash Internet Speed BoostThousands of Comcast customers across the Twin Cities will begin to see faster Internet service beginning Thursday. Customers in the company's "Performance" tier will see speeds go from 25 megabytes per second to 50. "Blast" customers will go from 50 to 105.
Mpls. City Council Votes To Allow CenturyLink's Prism TVMinneapolis residents will now have a new option for TV cable, marking the first time the market's had cable competition in nearly 40 years. Minneapolis City Council voted to allow CenturyLink to provide a cable service in the city. The service -- called Prism TV -- will be the first wire-line TV service in Minnesota.