The Communications Workers of America filed allegations with the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (PUC) that CenturyLink failed to meet telephone service quality standards, included but not limited to:
- Delays in service installations, upgrades, and repairs
- Maintenance of equipment
- Service interruptions
The PUC referred the matter to the Minnesota Office of Administrative Hearings for a contested case proceeding to examine service quality concerns raised by the CWA. This proceeding relates to telephone service and does not relate to broadband/internet services.
In-person and virtual public hearings will be held to listen to comments from members of the public and answer questions. Comments are encouraged to discuss CenturyLink’s performance related to telephone service. All comments received during these hearings will be considered by the PUC when final decisions are made.
Public Hearing Information
|Tuesday - July 18
|Northland Community and Technical College - Thief River Falls
|Wednesday - July 19
|Hibbing Memorial Building - Hibbing
|Friday - July 21
|Monday - July 24
|Wednesday - July 26
|Southwest Minnesota State University - Marshall
|Thursday - July 27
|Steele County Historical Society - Owatonna
Public Comment Information
The Commission values all comments. Specific to this issue, effective comments provide information on areas where CenturyLink failed to meet telephone service quality standards.
Public comment is open until August 31, 2023, at 4:30 p.m. Submit comments three ways – online, email or US mail.
For more information
If you have questions on the project, or how to participate, please contact:
Full Case Record
To see all documents filed in this matter, visit mn.gov/puc/edockets.
- Select Go to eDockets Project Database, enter the year (20) and the docket number (432), and select Search.