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  • 140+ digital channels
  • Standard Professional Installation included
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Prism® Essential

A budget friendly package of the
next-generation TV.

  $ 5249 a month
for 12 months
with qualifying CenturyLink service subscription. 12 month contract required; an additional $9.99/mo. per set-top box fee and equipment fee will apply.*

Standard Professional Installation included
  • 140+ digital channels + On Demand

Prism® Complete

More channels and free HD
for 3 months.

  $ 6249 a month
for 12 months
with qualifying CenturyLink service subscription. 12 month contract required; an additional $9.99/mo. per set-top box fee and equipment fee will apply.*

Standard Professional Installation included
Standard Professional Installation included
  • 190+ digital channels + On Demand
  • FREE HD for 3 months
  • FREE Whole Home DVR for 3 months

Prism® Preferred

A great value for a TV package
that has it all.

  $ 7499 a month
for 12 months
with qualifying CenturyLink service subscription. 12 month contract required; an additional $9.99/mo. per set-top box fee and equipment fee will apply.*

Standard Professional Installation included
Standard Professional Installation included
  • 290+ digital channels + On Demand + premium channels
  • FREE HD for 3 months
  • FREE Whole Home DVR for 3 months

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  • Whole Home DVR has up to 230 hours of recording space and lets you watch and record multiple shows at once
  • An interactive TV experience you control – Find shows by actor, title and even category, view weather forecasts, Caller ID and more
  • See what’s playing on one channel while watching another with picture-in-picture

Change the way you watch TV with CenturyLink’s fiber optic* network and state-of-the-art TV features.

CenturyLink Prism TV enables you to enjoy hit primetime TV shows, movies, sports and classics from the comfort of your own home and with the convenience of Interactive TV control. Plus, with many programs featured in High Definition, your viewing experience will be crystal clear and exciting.

*Fiber optics apply to all or a significant amount of the network, depending on your location.

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About: tallahassee, florida

Part of the greater Honolulu metro area, the town started as a sugar plantation with mostly migrant Chinese and Japanese workers.

Population: 38,216
Local Newspapers: Honolulu Star Advertiser Courier
Local Sports Teams: University of Hawai
Local Colleges: State UniversityLeeward Community College

Zip Codes associated with tallahassee, florida: 96797
Towns/Cities near tallahassee, florida : Ewa, Halawa, Wamalu, Waipio, Honolulu, Mililani

Waipahu News
Woman charged with damaging vehicle while trying to ram people

A 28-year-old Waipahu woman was charged Wednesday with damaging a vehicle while trying to ram a group of people in Waimanalo. Amber Nakamura was charged with first-degree terroristic threatening and second-degree criminal property damage.

Argument over parking space leads to arrests

A an argument over a parking space at a Salt Lake apartment complex ended with two people facing criminal charges. Police arrested a 31-year-old Salt Lake man on suspicion of first-degree terroristic threatening, while a 24-year-old Waipahu woman was arrested on suspicion of second-degree terroristic threatening.

It's Time -- The Revival Begins -- John 3:16 Day on 3-16-15

Contact: Steve Kari, 808-341-9982 WAIPAHU, Hawaii, March 16, 2015 / Christian Newswire / -- The Revival Begins 3-16-15. Happy John 3:16 Day! -- A World Christian Revival Mission Evangelism Movement uniting "All Christians" in a global celebration of the gospel to share the John 3:16 Bible verse with someone on "John 3:16 Day" 3-16-15 to 4-5-15, Easter Sunday.

Kokua Line: When outages occur, HECO taps social and news media

I reported the outage to Hawaiian Electric Co. The recording said we should have power back at about 7 p.m. That did not happen.

Rail deficit no better after bids for rail stations are opened

The projected cost overrun for the city's contentious rail project will remain at $910 million, or perhaps grow even larger, after the transit authority unveiled five bids Tuesday for the construction of three stations in Waipahu, West Loch and Leeward Community College. "It's not a matter of saving at this point, it's just really trying to keep to the new estimate that we've got to complete the project," Dan Grabauskas, the head of the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation, told reporters after the bids were unsealed.

Rail bids open, gives way to budget problems

On Tuesday, five companies bid for the 3-station contract, which is expected to be awarded 2 weeks from now. for the over-budget rail project.

Eat at the food court, buy a car

Automotive data available for graphing, exporting and viewing static data tables. Must have a data center subscription to access content.

Female missionary charged with sexual assault of girl, 15

A 26-year-old missionary from the Philippines who was reported missing in Honolulu earlier this month has been arrested and charged with sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl. Kristina Angeles was reported missing after failing to return to the Kingdom of Jesus Christ in Waipahu on Jan. 30. Angeles, whose visa was set to expire in April, was arrested at the Pearl City police station on Thursday morning.

HPD chief assessed as above average in review

For the third year in a row, the Police Commission determined Kealoha exceeds expectation in his annual review. ~~ Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha's handling of an incident involving an off-duty officer captured on video punching a woman at a Waipahu restaurant may have negatively affected his annual review, but the Honolulu Police Commission still rated his 2014 performance as above average.