Qwest Communications International has introduced new internet plans in the US. The latest plans include Qwest Connect Quantum and Qwest Connect Titanium. The Qwest Connect Quantum offering speeds of up to 20 Mbps while the Qwest Connect Titanium delivers speeds of 12 Mbps.
Qwest claims that Quantum and Titanium plans are ideal for people requiring higher speed for downloading bulky multimedia files like music, videos, photos etc. Also these plans are suitable for business customers looking to maximize productivity with light-speed downloading of large files and documents.
Moreover, Qwest Connect Quantum and Titanium offer advanced, customizable capabilities and security features of Windows Live.
Qwest further claims that Quantum’s 20 Mbps connection allows users to download a 2-hour movie in as little as 6 minutes and 30 songs a minute’s time.
“Our customers tell us that they want more speed, capability and value in their connections. Qwest listened and has developed the Quantum and Titanium services that really change the game when it comes to today’s online experience,” said Dan Yost, executive vice president of product for Qwest.
“Qwest has committed to spend up to $300 million to bring the latest in fiber-optic technology closer to the customer than ever before, and we’re ahead of schedule on our goal to make this service available to two million customers by the end of this year,” added Yost.
Qwest Connect Quantum will be available for $99.99 per month. This is the fastest plan available with Qwest and is backed by Qwest’s Price for Life and 100% 30-Day Satisfaction Guarantees. Qwest Connect Titanium users will have to pay a price of only $46.99 per month. Qwest Connect Quantum and Titanium will initially be available in 23 of Qwest’s top markets across 10 states in 2008.