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September 7, 2017
CenturyLink Price For Life – Improve Family Time And Your Budget
Post Disclaimer: This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of CenturyLink. The opinions are all mine.
Back-To-School time feels like the beginning of the new year more than the traditional January 1st. It’s truly a new beginning!
Every fall, I like to start the season fresh and one way I do that is by cleaning out our closets. Crank the music, and 3-2-1 = purge away! Then off to the donation center, where I hope someone will be happy to find a fuzzy sweater that I used to love. Also, another way that lightens my spirit is to clear our cupboards. Honestly, who bought these items? (Most likely, it was me.) I’m not a whiz in the kitchen so this feels like the right time to pass along these soon-to-be-tasty-creations to someone who will do them justice at a local food pantry.
While checking out those who also donate in my area I learned that CenturyLink has a program, “Backpack Buddies Food Drive”, that sends nutritional meals home with at-risk students during weekends and school breaks when students do not get a school lunch. Many at-risk children get their main meals only from school breakfast and lunch programs. In 2017, in Oregon, CenturyLink raised more than $266,200 for this program. Oh my, this program is so needed. Especially now.
After hearing all that CenturyLink does for the community, I was intrigued to hear more about their new Price For Life plan. This is going to improve the quality of our family time, homework needs, and our budget. Hello! And Thank you! Read on to learn more about Price For Life.
The rates stay the same as long as you keep your plan.
No surprises – no contract, no bundling needed, no rate hikes. No promotional pricing.
One simple bill, each month, backed by the premium customer service only CenturyLink provides. Internet plans start at $55/mo which will speed your internet up to 60 Mbps. With four in our family being on our computers often, this bump would be great.
I was also happy to learn of CenturyLink’s history of supporting Oregon’s Teachers and students. Through CenturyLink’s Teachers and Technology annual grant program, teachers that exemplify technology excellence in the classroom are awarded funds to use in their classrooms. This year, they donated close to $55,500 in Oregon with $13,000 in Portland alone!
Learning how much CenturyLink cares so much about Oregon’s children; their health, their knowledge, and the support they provide for our teachers that are guiding our children’s way, this gives me a positive feeling about CenturyLink.