is apparently quietly rolling out its 20 Mbps broadband service in select markets. BroadbandReports.com is reporting that the new broadband tier is being marketed on , and also includes a somewhat slower 12 Mbps tier as well. The 20 Mbps broadband tier is priced at $105/month, or $130/month when bundled with a landline. The 12 Mbps tier is priced at $52/month, or $77/month when bundled with a landline.

The new Qwest broadband tiers are a part of Qwest’s $300 million FTTN network upgrade. It’s a far cry from the billions that their larger telco brethren are spending to become triple play capable. Qwest maintains that their partnership with DirecTV is the . They intend to deliver these new broadband tiers to 1.5 million customers by 2010.

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