|Plan name||price||contract length||channels|
|Business Internet 10||$54.99/mo||24 months||0||(844) 366-4801|
|Business Internet 10 + Phone||$74.99/mo||24 months||0||(844) 366-4801|
|Business Internet 20||$64.99/mo||24 months||0||(844) 366-4801|
|Business Internet 20 + Phone||$84.99/mo||24 months||0||(844) 366-4801|
|Business Internet 25||$84.99/mo||24 months||0||(844) 366-4801|
|Business Internet 25 + Phone||$104.99/mo||24 months||0||(844) 366-4801|
|Business Internet 40||$84.99/mo||24 months||0||(844) 366-4801|
|Business Internet 40 + Phone||$104.99/mo||24 months||0||(844) 366-4801|
|High Speed Internet - 25||$45.00/mo||No Contract||0||(844) 366-4801|
|High Speed Internet with Voice||$85.00/mo||No Contract||0||(844) 366-4801|
CenturyLink plans all require a 24 month service agreement. An early termination fee will be charged at a rate of $20/mo for each month remaining on the contract, if you terminate service before the full duration of the 24 months in completed. Promotional pricing may also change after this period. Additionally you should make sure to be aware that premium movie channels included free for 3 months, will be renewed and billed, unless cancelled.
CenturyLink now has plans with a price for life guarantee. These plans will not increase in price, as long as you maintain service without interruption.
CenturyLink @Ease provides a number of benefits, which compliment your internet, phone, and television service. Some of these benefits include 24/7 Computer Support, Identity Theft Protection, Automatic Cloud Backup, and AntiVirus services.
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.
CenturyLink is the 2nd largest DSL provider in the United States.
CenturyLink offers service in 39 states.
CenturyLink offers DSL and fiber internet access.
CenturyLink offers service in 7,335 zip codes nationwide.
|#||City||Max Download||Max upload|
|1||Houston, TX||100 Mbps||100 Mbps|
|2||Phoenix, AZ||1,000 Mbps||1,000 Mbps|
|3||Seattle, WA||1,000 Mbps||1,000 Mbps|
|4||Denver, CO||1,000 Mbps||1,000 Mbps|
|5||Portland, OR||1,000 Mbps||1,000 Mbps|
|6||Las Vegas, NV||1,000 Mbps||1,000 Mbps|
|7||Albuquerque, NM||1,000 Mbps||1,000 Mbps|
|8||Tucson, AZ||1,000 Mbps||1,000 Mbps|
|9||Kansas City, MO||10 Mbps||1 Mbps|
|10||Mesa, AZ||1,000 Mbps||1,000 Mbps|
Depending on your plan, CenturyLink offers internet plans that range from $45.00/mo to $85.00/mo.
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.
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.
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 definition. According to CenturyLink, 6 hours of HD (High Definition) streaming daily takes up approximately 540 GB of data per month, but streaming the same amount in SD (Standard Definition) only takes up 126 GB per month. With CenturyLink's data caps, you should be able to maintain normal web browsing activities with some downloading and streaming.
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