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CenturyLink is changing the way Colorado Springs watches television with the initial launch of CenturyLink Prism TV. The new television service is an alternative to cable and satellite and has the most advanced combination of television features available in Colorado and offers customers a better choice for their entertainment services. Prism is currently available to residents in areas of Monument, Fountain and Colorado Springs with further expansion throughout 2013.
CenturyLink Prism TV is considered to be the most advanced TV service available. It is delivered through CenturyLink's fiber optic network that automatically updates features and functions which mean equipment upgrades are not needed. CenturyLink Prism TV offers advanced features that customers may not get from cable or satellite, including: whole home DVR, warp speed channel change, multi view, picture in picture navigation, the app center, personal media sharing, video on demand. In addition Prism TV offers HBO GO and MAX GO, find it fast navigation, last five feature and extras such as karaoke, games, local gas prices, stock prices, daily recipes and other fun applications at no additional charge.
“Many Colorado Springs residents have been asking for an alternative TV service and we're excited to announce that Prism is here,” said Penny Larson, vice president and general manager for CenturyLink in Southern and Western Colorado. “CenturyLink has made a significant investment in the area to upgrade our core fiber network, data switches and components to support Prism. Our network is stronger than it ever has been and customers will benefit by having a feature-rich alternative to cable and satellite.”
Prism TV service comes in a number of different packages to suit various customer needs and starts at $39.99 per month for 6 months plus free HD and DVR for three months. Bundles are available, including a triple-play package which includes Prism, high-speed Internet and voice services for under $100 per month.
Prism is available for demonstration online at www.seeprismtv.com or at the CenturyLink store located in the First and Main Town Center at 3556 New Center Point and Falcon Landing at 7485 North Academy Boulevard in Colorado Springs. For additional details or to see if you qualify please call 719-633-5006.
Century Link is also hiring. In order to roll out their new product in Monument, Colorado Springs and Fountain they will be hiring to fill 100 positions. For those interested visit www.centurylink.com.
The Parked Pierogi
A new restaurant in Palmer Lake features an eclectic menu and serves up breakfast, lunch and even cocktails. The Parked Pierogi, located at 292 Colo. 105, opened their doors Oct. 27 and offers everything from huevos rancheros, French toast, gyro pitas, barbecue sandwiches, green chili, southwestern eggrolls and their specialty the pierogi sampler. They also offer ms-mosas and man-mosas.
Everything is made fresh. Although they are only open for breakfast and lunch they do have monthly dinners. The dinner for the month of March will take place March 22 and will feature Irish fare and Irish beer. There are plans to hold dinners twice monthly during the summer and the owners will also cook outside and have live music.
The restaurant seats 18 but there is a patio that seats up to 40 and will get a lot of use this summer. The Parked Pierogi is open from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Thursday and Friday and from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. As they get busier more days will be added. Catering and private parties are also offered.