CenturyLink Internet Service

Based in Monroe, Louisiana, CenturyLink provides millions of residential, business and government customers with Internet and telephone service. The third largest telecommunications service provider in America, CenturyLink's market includes 36 states. Originally known by the name of Oak Ridge Telephone Company, CenturyLink was first incorporated in 1971 Soon after incorporation, Oak Ridge Telephone Company was renamed Century Telephone Enterprises, Inc CenturyTel, as it was then marketed, acquired competitor Embarq for $11.6 billion in 2008 After the Embarq acquisition, CenturyTel became CenturyLink To expand its network coast-to-coast, CenturyLink acquired Qwest Telecommunications, a telephone company serving 14 western U.S. states, in 2010 The Qwest acquisition positioned CenturyLink as the third biggest U.S. telecommunications company Customers combining CenturyLink Internet service with television service under the brand name Directv are provided with bundle discounts

CenturyLink Internet Plans & Pricing

NameDownload SpeedsData CapPrice
INTERNET & PHONE12 mbpsN/A$64.95
INTERNET + PHONE + TV12 mbpsN/A$94.95

CenturyLink offers Internet service via the following technologies: CableFiber.

CenturyLink is available in the following cities: Houston, TX, Phoenix, AZ, San Antonio, TX, Austin, TX, Columbus, OH, El Paso, TX, Seattle, WA, Denver, CO, Portland, OR, Las Vegas, NV, Albuquerque, NM, Tucson, AZ, Kansas City, MO, Mesa, AZ, Colorado Springs, CO, Raleigh, NC, Omaha, NE, Tulsa, OK, Minneapolis, MN, Aurora, CO, Corpus Christi, TX, Cincinnati, OH, Toledo, OH, Henderson, NV and Fort Wayne, IN and many more.