CenturyLink garners 2 business excellence awards from ATLANTIC-ACM

Recognition of its business services acumen by research firm ATLANTIC-ACM is one way topping off CenturyLink's (NYSE: CTL) growth from a smaller, regional ILEC to the nation's third-largest telecom service provider.

CenturyLink received two "Best In Class" business services awards on Thursday in a presentation by the research firm a Yale Club event in New York City. The telco's Business Markets Group was recognized in two key areas: ILEC/IXC Billing and ILEC/IXC Enterprise Voice Value. The rankings were based on customer feedback and part of ATLANTIC-ACM's 2011 Business Connectivity Report Card.

The Report Card evaluates carriers in key performance areas, based on roughly 3,500 customer ratings.

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