CenturyLink is a major DSL and fiber optic internet provider in US. While many consumers know about them for their internet access, CenturyLink also offers TV and phone services.
On this page you'll find the latest CenturyLink promotional deals along with information about customer ratings and how to choose the right plan for your needs.
CenturyLink Deals: How to Choose the Right One
When shopping for plans from CenturyLink we recommend you consider 3 key elements: Contract, Promotion vs Non-Promotional Pricing, and Total Monthly Price.
1) Contract or No Contract
When shopping for broadband or TV plans, contracts are one of the first things you should pay attention to. Before choosing the plan with the lowest price, think about your living situation for the next 12-36 months or the length of the contract.
In many cases if you plan on moving within the contract period is to more cost effective to choose a plan that doesn't have a contract then it is to pay the early termination fee (ETF).
This is especially important for renters or people thinking of moving in the short term.
2) Promotional vs Non-Promotional Pricing
Promotions are great. We love them and they are great for most consumers, but before you sign up for a promotional plan, you should find out what the price of those services will be after the promotional period has ended.
Generally you'll have to call the new service phone number to find out these details.
3) What Is the Total Monthly Price
Before you go through the installation process make sure clear on what the total monthly price will be. Sometimes this pricing can be substantially higher than the bundle you have selected depending on the taxes and additional equipment such as routers, DVRs, or TV boxes that you have added to your plan. Sometimes the best way to find your total monthly price is speak with a new service representative.
CenturyLink Reviews and Ratings
Our goal in starting BroadbandNow was to create a place where consumers could find unbiased reviews and ratings from other customers.
To do this we setup a system that only allows customers originating from an IP address of a service to rate that service.
To date, 35,592 CenturyLink users have rated their service and 36.5% said that they would recommend their service to a friend.
CenturyLink is available in many areas, (you can find the full CenturyLink availability map here) including Arizona, Colorado, Washington, and 35 other states. In total they cover 48.1 million across 38 states.
If in doubt on whether they have service in your area, enter your zip code into the zip search above and we'll show you all the providers that available in your area.