Qwest Claims DSL First

Offers DSL serviceto customers regardless of whether they have a voice phone line with Qwest

February 25, 2004

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DENVER -- Qwest Communications International Inc. (NYSE: Q) today announced that it will begin offering a DSL service on February 28 that allows customers to purchase Qwest DSL regardless of whether they have a voice phone line with Qwest or not. Qwest is the first major telecommunications company to make this service available to customers.

"Customers are telling us that they want greater flexibility when it comes to selecting communications services, which is why we decided to offer DSL with no phone service," said Richard C. Notebaert, Qwest chairman and CEO. "This new offering gives customers the choice to select only the services and features they need and want. Stand-alone DSL is part of our larger effort to improve customer satisfaction and to build a solid long-term relationship with customers."

Qwest customers now have a number of options when it comes to choosing communications services. For example, a mobile, on-the-go customer might want to just purchase wireless and DSL services from Qwest, and they now can do that. Other customers might want the simplicity of all of their voice, video, wireless and data services on one bill and receive a greater discount. The Qwest Choice package delivers all of that to customers.

Qwest Communications International Inc.

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