Qwest has introduced its Heavy Duty Internet service with connection speeds up to 40 Mbps, in selected areas. Qwest’s Heavy Duty Internet is offered at speed tiers from 1.5 Mbps to 40 Mbps at an introductory rate of either $14.99 or $19.99 for six months, depending upon the state and where available.?

Mobile access to the Internet is part of Qwest’s Heavy Duty Internet with the inclusion of free Qwest wireless, at home and away. Heavy Duty Internet also includes Qwest@Ease, a suite of backup, security and support services that includes Norton AntiVirus Online and automatic online backup with Qwest Personal Digital Vault.

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Comcast Bullish on Streaming

Comcast is feeling upbeat on streaming, and we don’t just mean Peacock . CEO Brian Roberts reminded folks that the company owns a third of Hulu today. “That has been a tremendous company. We have an exit

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