CenturyLink said to sell wireless licenses, gets rules eased in Idaho

CenturyLink has reportedly sold a chunk of its A-Block wireless licenses that it bought at auction to regional carrier U.S. Cellular, which wants to expand its 4G service. CenturyLink has turned its focus to reselling service from Verizon Wireless' network. Also at CenturyLink, the Idaho Public Utilities Commission agreed to double the time telecoms have to respond to power outages -- to 48 hours -- and will no longer need to credit affected customers with free service. CenturyLink also passed another hurdle to gaining a cable TV franchise in Colorado Springs and Fountain, Colo.

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