This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of CenturyLink. The opinions and text are all mine.
I love Fall and the back to school season, I’ve written before about how I make Fall resolutions more than a make New Year’s resolutions. It’s a time to reflect, and prepare for the new school season. I gather together planners, mark off all the holidays, soccer games, and family dinner nights. I like to clean out my office turning my Spring Cleaning routine into a fresh Fall Cleaning. Taking inventory of what is working and what isn’t working and it is around that idea that I wanted to share CenturyLink’s new Price for Life high speed internet service.
What does Price for Life really mean, just that, the new service is priced for life – the rates stay the same as long as you keep your plan. No contract needed, no bundling silliness where you need to keep changing your packages, no rate hikes. Just the same price for as long as you keep the service. A simple bill each month that you can count on, back by the great customer service you have always received from Centurylink.
So this fall, as part of your own Fall Cleaning routine, check out The Price for Life offering from CenturyLink to clean up you Internet bill and help support education and the technology that fuels learning by supporting several Portland education initiatives. Initiatives like these:
- 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, we donated close to $55,500 in Oregon with $13,000 in Portland alone.
- The CenturyLink Backpack Buddies Food Drive 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.
For more information about Century Link, Price for Life and our commitment to education, visit http://www.centurylink.com/home/internet/ .