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Susan G. Komen to recive proceeds from 'Pink Phones' for breast cancer cure and treatment from Qwest and SANYO

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and to help ring it in with style, Qwest Communications International Inc. (NYSE: Q) and SANYO today announced they will donate up to $100,000 from pink phone sales through Oct. 31 to Susan G. Komen for the Cure(R). The donation will be used to fund research and community outreach programs.

Customers can now join the fight against breast cancer when they purchase one of three SANYO pink cell phones from Qwest. Together, Qwest and SANYO will donate 10 percent of all retail sales through Oct. 31 to Susan G. Komen for the Cure, with a minimum donation of $50,000 and a maximum donation of $100,000.

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"We would like to thank all of our customers who are ringing pink to raise awareness and funds to fight breast cancer" said Teresa Taylor, executive vice president and chief human resources officer at Qwest. "Our pink phones not only help family and friends stay connected in style, but are also a great way to support the fight against breast cancer"

With three different pink models to choose from, Qwest customers can put their fashion sense to good use and ring pink in style!

The sleek, ultra-slim Katana II in "Pink Fascination" offers Bluetooth(R) wireless technology, a built-in camera with digital zoom, a high-resolution 2.0-inch color display, and 21MB of downloadable memory for games, ringer applications and more.

The SCP-3200 offers a color, high-quality digital camera, Bluetooth(R) wireless technology, speakerphone and nationwide walkie-talkie function for keeping in touch with family and friends. The "Playful Pink" SCP-3200 also has parent-friendly Parental Controls to limit certain calls and functions.

The SANYO 2400 in "Misty Rose" lets your entire family stay in touch in a number of ways