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CenturyLink Plans & Pricing

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CenturyLink Plans & Pricing

Internet Speed
Internet Speed:
Up to 940 Mbps
Availability in the U.S.
Availability in the U.S.:
20 States

Offering coverage to 50 states, CenturyLink provides fiber internet service to more than 12.2 million people, making them the fifth-largest fiber internet provider in the United States. CenturyLink is also the third-largest DSL provider in the country, extending DSL internet to over 34.9 million people from the Canadian border to the Gulf Coast, with the greatest coverage in Colorado and Washington. In short, CenturyLink is widely available and wicked fast.

Starting at $30 per month, CenturyLink internet plans range in download speeds from 100 Mbps to 940 Mbps. CenturyLink’s DSL plans go up to 100 Mbps, but they will cost you $50 per month regardless of speed.

CenturyLink Internet Connections

Connection type

Transmission method

Price (starting at)

Download speeds


Pulses of infrared light through optical fiber cables

$30 per month

Up to 940 Mbps


High frequencies travel through existing telephone lines

$50 per month

Up to 100 Mbps

Where does CenturyLink offer service?

CenturyLink is available in these states:

If being told that you need to sign a contract to get internet makes you consider going off-grid for the rest of your life, you’re going to love CenturyLink. CenturyLink doesn’t require its customers to sign a contract when buying internet. We like this arrangement because it gives you the freedom to make sure you are always getting the best price on your internet service.

No internet provider is perfect, but CenturyLink is getting a whole heck of a lot closer with its new Simply Unlimited internet plans with no data caps whatsoever. Want to stream your favorite TV show in 4K? Want to download massive video game files? It's all open game when you aren't limited by data caps.

CenturyLink Data Caps

Connection type

Data cap

Data cap equivalence



Unlimited access



Unlimited access

Ever think twice about eating something a restaurant server brought you because his attitude made you suspicious of that weird-looking spot on your fries? Customer service is one of the most powerful ways that internet providers can build or destroy trust.

There’s no way around it, CenturyLink’s history of customer service isn’t the greatest, with them failing to resolve customer issues and complaints surrounding fees, internet speeds, and repair orders. However, CenturyLink has been changing things recently, and its customer service reputation is improving dramatically, especially with the most recent American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) rankings. Here’s how CenturyLink’s customer service ratings add up today:

CenturyLink Internet Customer Service Ratings

ACSI (fiber)J.D. Power North CentralJ.D. Power West
No. 2 (78/100)No. 3 (717/1,000)No. 3 (691/1,000)

Beyond the ratings, CenturyLink offers several customer support services. Whether it's by phone, social media, email, or the My CenturyLink App, CenturyLink makes it easy for customers to find support

No matter how you use the internet or how much speed you need, CenturyLink has internet options that can meet the needs of just about any internet user. Take a look at the pros and cons of CenturyLink internet before making your final decision:

  • Lightning-fast gigabit speeds
  • Expansive coverage nationwide
  • No contracts
  • No data caps
  • Unexceptional customer service
  • Limited plan options
  • Speeds vary by area
  • No TV service

Whether you’re working online remotely or gaming competitively, we think CenturyLink provides enticing internet speeds, prices, and bundles to keep you connected. If CenturyLink offers internet in your area (especially fiber internet), then you can purchase your internet with confidence.

Which CenturyLink internet plan is the best?

CenturyLink’s Fiber Gigabit plan offers the most in terms of speed and value. With 940 Mbps download speed and unlimited data, no matter how many streamers you’ve got in your household, CenturyLink will keep you connected — all for $70 per month.

How much does CenturyLink internet cost?

CenturyLink Fiber internet plans start at $30 per month.

How fast is CenturyLink high-speed internet?

CenturyLink Fiber internet reaches speeds up to 940 Mbps.

Does CenturyLink have data caps?

Both fiber and DSL service offered by CenturyLink come with unlimited data.

Does CenturyLink require a contract?

CenturyLink’s plans are contract-free regardless if you’re purchasing fiber or DSL service. That means you’ll never have to worry about hidden fees associated with any contract.

How do I speed up my CenturyLink Wi-Fi?

If you’re having trouble maintaining optimal speeds with your CenturyLink Wi-Fi router, try a Wi-Fi extender. The setup is simple and straightforward. These extenders capture the signal coming from your CenturyLink Wi-Fi router and rebroadcast it in areas of your home that are otherwise hard to reach by the router itself, thereby giving you a consistently smooth online experience from any room.

Is CenturyLink available in my area?

Discover if CenturyLink is in your neighborhood by entering your address in the following search bar. You can also zoom in on our CenturyLink coverage map located at the bottom of this page. If your area is highlighted in blue, then CenturyLink covers your neighborhood!

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CenturyLink Coverage Map

CenturyLink is available in 20 states across the United States, including Arizona. See if CenturyLink is available in your area using our coverage map.

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