CenturyLink internet packages
Data effective as of publish date. Pricing and speeds are subject to change. Not all offers available in all areas.
* Speed may not be available in your area. Paperless billing required. Taxes and fees apply. Online ONLY. Free Modem.
† Speed may not be available in your area. Maximum download/upload speed of up to 940 Mbps via a wired connection. Paperless billing required. Taxes and fees apply. Offer details. Offer includes professional installation at customer’s eligible location.
‡ Paperless billing or prepaid required. Additional taxes, fees, and surcharges apply. Get the fastest Internet speed available at your location (max speed is up to 100 Mbps.)
If you have a lot of folks at home who love to stream TV, we recommend the CenturyLink Fiber Gigabit plan. You’ll get excellent internet performance, and at $75.00 a month, it’s cheaper than other fiber internet providers like Verizon Fios ($89.99 monthly) and Optimum ($80.00 monthly).
Depending on your area, you might also be prompted to sign up for Quantum Fiber. Quantum is basically CenturyLink’s rebranded fiber internet plan, and you’ll still have the same internet plans and pricing.
Unfortunately, area availability limits the CenturyLink plans you can purchase. If you can’t get CenturyLink Fiber Internet at your address, CenturyLink offers the Simply Unlimited Internet DSL plan. DSL plans have wildly variable speeds between areas—from 1.5 Mbps to 100 Mbps.
A couple or a small family that occasionally watches Netflix and Hulu shows can make 80–100 Mbps work pretty well. But if your address gets a download speed of less than 40 Mbps, you’ll be overpaying for slow internet and you’ll be better off looking at competing internet providers.
Check out our full CenturyLink internet review to learn more about the ISP’s internet plans.