This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of CenturyLink. The opinions and text are all mine. #PriceforLife #Centurylink
The kids have been back to school for almost two months now and I feel like we’re just getting our new routines down. This year they started school earlier so playing around with new bed and wake-up times has been a challenge and a big change for us. Another big change for us was that our kids both start school at the same time, but at two different schools. Luckily one kid can be dropped off 15 minutes early and the other one up to 15 minutes late, but figuring out a schedule to get out the door and to both school so neither child is late has also been a challenge. Thankfully we’ve finally figured it out and have been getting up with enough time to get everyone out the door and to school on time.
One thing we don’t have to figure out it internet pricing. Internet is important because I work at home and our kids use it for educational purposes. With CenturyLink’s new Price For Life guarantee you don’t have to worry about your internet prices increasing, which is a wonderful thing. Price For Life promises to never raise the price of internet plans if a customer sticks with the same plan and doesn’t change a home address. No contract, no bundling needed, no rate hikes and no promotional pricing. It means you’ll get one simple bill each month backed by the premium customer service only CenturyLink provides. Price For Life is also “Pay As You Go” so you’ll pay on a month-to-month basis. All you need is a credit or debit card and there is no cancellation fee, but why would you want to?
Price For Life was rolled out in Denver on Wednesday Sept 27th and is currently rolling out nationwide, in all CenturyLink markets. As of Sept 27th you can get 20Mbps for $45/mo, 40Mbps for $45/mo, and 100Mbps for $55/mo (taxes and not included).
CenturyLink’s Commitment to Education
CenturyLink has long supported education and the technology that fuels learning by supporting several education initiatives in Colorado communities. On October 1, they are kicking off the tenth year of their Teachers and Technology annual grant program through the CenturyLink Clarke M. Williams Foundation. This program provides grants to schools on behalf of PreK-12 teachers to help them put technology in the hands of their students. Last year, they donated nearly $150,000 for this program in Colorado. PreK-12 teachers in CenturyLink service areas can visit www.centurylink.com/teachersandtechnology to apply. They are also continuing the CenturyLink Backpack Buddies Food Drive again this year. Employees and community members join together to raise funds and awareness to help community food banks fight hunger in our local communities.
Since 2009, the drive, along with the match from the CenturyLink Clarke M. Williams Foundation, has contributed more than 50 million pounds of food and equivalent financial donations to local food banks across the country. Already this year, in Colorado, CenturyLink has raised more than $135,000 for this program. For more information about CenturyLink, Price for Life and their commitment to education, visit http://www.centurylink.com.
I love CenturyLink’s commitment to giving back to the community and was so glad I could watch them upgrade the technology at The Denver Rescue Mission last winter.