CenturyLink plans to invest at least $20 million to improve and expand broadband communications services in New Mexico.

"As a result of CenturyLink’s merger with Qwest, the combined company now has the financial strength, national breadth, and local depth to provide a compelling array of broadband products and high bandwidth services in New Mexico," said Valerie Dodd, vice president and general manager for CenturyLink in New Mexico, in a statement.

Dodd and her Albuquerque-based local operations team currently are studying the communities CenturyLink serves in the state to determine where to deploy the expanded broadband infrastructure that the new initiative will fund. CenturyLink will implement the expanded broadband program over the next several years.

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