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Photo of Technician Installing Splitter Card
A Qwest technician installs a splitter card at a remote terminal site allowing customer homes and businesses to get DigitalSubscriber Line (DSL) Internet connection service. The technology, referred to as remote terminal, will help provide DSL serviceto 60 percent more customers in 11 Western states where Qwest currently provides local phone service.
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Photo of Qwest Technician Connecting DSL Lines
A Qwest technician works at a remote terminal site to install new Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) Internet connection service. Qwest is adding approximately 1.3 million additional DSL capable homes and businesses in 11 Western states where it provideslocal phone service by the end of 2001.
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Photo of Qwest Truck:
Qwest technicians arrive at a remote cabinet site to install high-speed Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) Internet connection service. The truck and sign will be seen in various locations throughout 11 Western states where Qwest provides local phone service and isexpanding DSL coverage.
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