CenturyLink has been using a transitional brand in former Qwest markets that included both companies’ logos. Communities can look for changes to physical assets such as buildings, company vehicles, retail stores and company employee uniforms.
Nate Marcotte, vice president and general manager for all Utah communities outside of Salt Lake City, Utah said, “CenturyLink is focused on providing consumers and businesses a consistently fast broadband network and delivering advanced communications services that improve people’s lives. Our transition to the CenturyLink brand introduces a company who has been serving customers for more than 80 years with a focus on investing in our network and in our communities, and linking you to better service and better value.”
To celebrate the rebranding in St George, the company plans to hold several employee-related events at CenturyLink work locations throughout the community. “Our customers will also begin seeing the transitional brand on their invoice envelopes beginning August 8, and their bill will reflect the standalone CenturyLink name and logo,” Marcotte said.
About CenturyLink CenturyLink is the third largest telecommunications company in the United States. The company provides broadband, voice and wireless services to consumers and businesses across the country and advanced entertainment services under the CenturyLink(TM) Prism(TM) TV and DIRECTV brands. In addition, the company provides data, voice and managed services to business, government and wholesale customers in local, national and select international markets through its high-quality advanced fiber optic network and multiple data centers. CenturyLink also is recognized as a leader in the network services market by key technology industry analyst firms, and is a global leader in cloud infrastructure and hosted IT solutions for enterprises through Savvis, a CenturyLink company.