Schools across Colorado are scrambling to find funds to pay for internet access after costs for the service doubled, tripled, and even quadrupled for 2,400 educational institutions.

The increase came after Qwest Communications said it would no longer keep internet access prices low for schools and educational institutions such as libraries and colleges.

According to companies that bid and state officials, Qwest grew tired of charging schools and state institutions artificially low rates,

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