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CenturyLink's Most Popular Service Plans

CenturyLink's plans vary by region, so be sure to verify pricing and plan terms with them before ordering service as all plans or promotions may not be available in all areas or to all customers and can expire at any time.

CenturyLink Internet 10Mbps

Speeds Up To: 10 Mbps
Starting at: $49.00/mo
May not be available in all areas.
Highest speed available at one affordable price that stays the same.
No commitments, no price increases, Price for Life guarantee!

CenturyLink Internet 15Mbps

Speeds Up To: 15 Mbps
Starting at: $49.00/mo
May not be available in all areas.
Highest speed available at one affordable price that stays the same.
No commitments, no price increases, Price for Life guarantee!

CenturyLink Internet 30Mbps

Speeds Up To: 30 Mbps
Starting at: $49.00/mo
May not be available in all areas.
Highest speed available at one affordable price that stays the same.
No commitments, no price increases, Price for Life guarantee!

CenturyLink Internet 40Mbps

Speeds Up To: 40 Mbps
Starting at: $49.00/mo
May not be available in all areas.
Highest speed available at one affordable price that stays the same.
No commitments, no price increases, Price for Life guarantee!

CenturyLink Internet 80Mbps

Speeds Up To: 80 Mbps
Starting at: $49.00/mo
May not be available in all areas.
Highest speed available at one affordable price that stays the same.
No commitments, no price increases, Price for Life guarantee!

CenturyLink Internet 100Mbps

Speeds Up To: 100 Mbps
Starting at: $49.00/mo
May not be available in all areas.
Highest speed available at one affordable price that stays the same.
No commitments, no price increases, Price for Life guarantee!

CenturyLink Internet 750Mbps

Speeds Up To: 750 Mbps
Starting at: $65.00/mo
May not be available in all areas.
Highest speed available at one affordable price that stays the same.
No commitments, no price increases, Price for Life guarantee!

CenturyLink Fiber Gigabit

Speeds Up To: 1 Gbps
Starting at: $65.00/mo
May not be available in all areas.
Highest speed available at one affordable price that stays the same.

Pros & Cons of CenturyLink

CenturyLink Pros
  • One of the fastest fiber internet service speeds in the US
  • Has the PriceForLife Guarantee
  • Many variations of plans to pick the perfect fit
  • Offers home phone service in most areas
CenturyLink Cons
  • Small fiber infrastructure
  • Internet service quality might drop during high activity
  • No wireless options available

Summary of All Internet Plans for CenturyLink

NamePromotionPriceSpeedData Cap
CenturyLink Internet 10Mbps-$49.0010 Mbps-
CenturyLink Internet 15Mbps-$49.0015 Mbps-
CenturyLink Internet 30Mbps-$49.0030 Mbps-
CenturyLink Internet 40Mbps-$49.0040 Mbps-
CenturyLink Internet 80Mbps-$49.0080 Mbps-
CenturyLink Internet 100Mbps-$49.00100 Mbps-
CenturyLink Internet 750Mbps-$65.00750 Mbps-
CenturyLink Fiber Gigabit-$65.001 Gbps-
CenturyLink's plans vary by region, so be sure to verify pricing and plan terms with them before ordering service as all plans or promotions may not be available in all areas or to all customers and can expire at any time.

CenturyLink Internet Service

With its headquarters based out of Monroe, Louisiana, CenturyLink provides Internet and phone services to customers in 36 different states. CenturyLink is the 3rd largest telecommunications business in the United States, providing telecommunication services to the Government, businesses, and residents throughout the country. CenturyLink was founded in 1930 when William Clarke and his wife, Marie Williams bought Oak Ridge Telephone Company. In 1968, Clarke incorporated the company under the name Central Telephone and Electronics. Over several decades, they had acquired multiple regional providers and expanded their network. They became known as CenturyLink in 2009 and have continued to provide customers with reliable DSL service.

Shortly after incorporation in 1968, CenturyLink, initially known as Oak Ridge Telephone Company, was renamed Century Telephone Enterprises Inc. in 1971.

After acquiring Embarq in 2008 for $11.6 billion, CenturyTel changed its name to CenturyLink.

In 2010 CenturyLink acquired Qwest essentially paving the way for CenturyLink to become the 3rd largest telecommunications company in the United States.

Currently, bundle discounts are available by combing your CenturyLink Internet service with DirecTV's television service.

All internet plans come with a 30-day money back guarantee, 24/7 technical support, and Norton security.

Frequently Asked Questions about CenturyLink

How much is CenturyLink Internet per month?

Depending on your plan, CenturyLink offers internet plans that range from $45.00/mo to $85.00/mo.

What type of internet service is CenturyLink?

CenturyLink gives customers a DSL connection that is delivered through your existing telephone line. All you have to do is connect a modem from your home phone to your computer so that signals are able to travel across the phone wire.

What kind of speeds can you get with CenturyLink?

CenturyLink offers customers a wide range of speed, from 12 Mbps to 1 Gbps.. Their regular plans support everything from casual browsing to sending emails. Their fiber optic plans are able to support up to 1 Gbps. of speed. With those speeds, you are free to surf the internet and stream videos without lag time.

How much data comes with CenturyLink?

CenturyLink does have data caps for their plans. If you have a plan with less than 7 Mbps of download speed, they provide you with 300 GB of data. If you have a plan that is greater than 7 Mbps down, you have access to 600 GB of data. If you purchase their plan with 1 Gbps. of speed, you are free to browse the internet without any restrictions. For any overages, CenturyLink will bill you an additional $10 for every 50 GBs over your plan. In order to save data, consider streaming videos in standard definitio

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CenturyLink Reviews

No hassel!

I just moved to Colorado and was unable to transfer my Xfinity to my new home. The representative explained everything to me and kept it simple. Best part is that im not locked into any contract that I cant get out of!

Waste of time!

I scheduled for my tech to arrive 3/3/2020. Not only did he not show up between the scheduled time, when I called to complain they scheduled me for 2 weeks out! Unprofessional and an inconvenience!

Summary of Top Cities Served by CenturyLink

CityCoverageMax SpeedAvg SpeedType
Phoenix, AZ96.21%1 Gbps104 MbpsDSL and Fiber
Seattle, WA98.52%1 Gbps463 MbpsDSL and Fiber
Denver, CO67.74%1 Gbps424 MbpsDSL and Fiber
Portland, OR89.72%1 Gbps515 MbpsDSL and Fiber
Las Vegas, NV95.84%1 Gbps176 MbpsDSL and Fiber
Albuquerque, NM78.29%1 Gbps70 MbpsDSL and Fiber
Tucson, AZ92.07%1 Gbps54 MbpsDSL and Fiber
Mesa, AZ75.88%1 Gbps90 MbpsDSL and Fiber
Colorado Springs, CO72.04%1 Gbps99 MbpsDSL and Fiber
Omaha, NE90.97%1 Gbps258 MbpsDSL and Fiber
Data provided by various data sources including the FCC. For more information please view our sources page.

Summary of Top School Districts Served by CenturyLink

DistrictGradesMax SpeedAvg SpeedType
Franklin Community School CorporationKG - 121 Gbps449 MbpsCable, DSL, Fiber and Fixed Wireless
College Station Independent PK - 121 Gbps410 MbpsCable, DSL, Fiber and Fixed Wireless
Clark-Pleasant Community School CorporationKG - 121 Gbps388 MbpsCable, DSL, Fiber and Fixed Wireless
Apple Creek Public 39KG - 121 Gbps384 MbpsCable, DSL and Fiber
Provo KG - 121 Gbps372 MbpsCable, DSL, Fiber and Fixed Wireless
Manning Public 45KG - 121 Gbps366 MbpsCable, DSL and Fiber
Cleveland Public PK - 121 Gbps365 MbpsCable, DSL, Fiber and Fixed Wireless
Fosston Public PK - 121 Gbps344 MbpsDSL and Fiber
Denver Community PK - 121 Gbps343 MbpsCable, DSL, Fiber and Fixed Wireless
Laporte Public PK - 121 Gbps335 MbpsCable, DSL and Fiber
Data provided by various data sources including the FCC. For more information please view our sources page.
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