Qwest Corporation, an integrated facilities-based communications company, provides a range of communications services to business and residential customers in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. It offers time division multiplexing voice services, including primary rate interface, local inbound, switched one-plus, toll free, and long distance and international services; solutions for frequent transmission of data between wireless backhaul transmissions; and federal support payment services; and conferencing services. The company also provides fiber and DSL-based broadband services, such as Internet connection through existing telephone lines or fiber-optic cables. The company also offers optical services comprising high bandwidth optical wavelength networks to customers requiring an end-to-end solution with ethernet technology for bandwidth connecting sites or offering high-speed access to cloud computing resources; and IP and data services consisting of Ethernet services that include point-to-point and multi-point equipment configurations, which facilitate data transmissions across metropolitan areas and larger enterprise-class wide area networks. In addition, the company provides affiliate services, such as affiliates application development and support, network support, and technical services. It markets and sells its products and services under the Lumen brand name primarily through direct sales representatives, inbound call centers, and telemarketing and third parties comprising retailers, satellite television providers, door to door sales agents, and digital marketing firms. The company was incorporated in 1911 and is based in Monroe, Louisiana. Qwest Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Qwest Services Corporation.