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CenturyLink to Participate in Analyst Conference

MONROE, La., Dec. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- CenturyLink, Inc. (NYSE: CTL) announces that it is scheduled to participate in the following analyst conference:

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Citi's 23rd Annual Global Internet,

Tuesday                                                                               

Media and Technology Conference

January 8, 2013

For information regarding the specific presentation times and webcast availability, please visit the Investor Calendar on CenturyLink's Investor Relations Web site at ir.centurylink.com.  Participation in this conference is subject to change. Therefore, please check the company's Investor Calendar prior to the conference.

About CenturyLink

CenturyLink is the third largest telecommunications company in the United States and is recognized as a leader in the network services market by technology industry analyst firms. The company is a global leader in cloud infrastructure and hosted IT solutions for enterprise customers. CenturyLink provides data, voice and managed services in local, national and select international markets through its high-quality advanced fiber optic network and multiple data centers for businesses and consumers. The company also offers advanced entertainment services under the CenturyLink Prism TV and DIRECTV brands. Headquartered in Monroe, La., CenturyLink is an S&P 500 company and is included among the Fortune 500 list of America's largest corporations. For more information, visit www.centurylink.com.

 

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