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CenturyLink Internet and Phone Bundles

CenturyLink no longer offers bundling, but you can get a phone add-on

Heads up! CenturyLink no longer offers phone and internet bundling

Update 7/15/2021: As of this week, CenturyLink no longer offers home internet and phone bundling. That means you won’t get a discount if you use both of these services.

CenturyLink does still offer a phone add-on if you still have your landline. You can learn more about its phone plans at our page about CenturyLink’s phone service.

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Are CenturyLink bundles good?

If we’ve learned anything from all those obnoxious commercials and junk mailers, it’s that bundling saves you big bucks! And, honestly—it’s often true.

That said, CenturyLink’s internet-and-phone double-play bundles hold significant savings: 22–32% monthly.

Pros

  • Monthly savings of 22–32%

Cons

  • Requires third-party TV bundles

Best CenturyLink bundles

CenturyLink no longer offers Price for Life

Just like bundling, Price for Life is no more. You can still get phone service through CenturyLink as an add-on to your internet plan, but you won’t get a discount, it’s possible that your price might go up over time. Check out our page on CenturyLink’s phone service to learn more.

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PackagePrice*Download/upload speedsPhone plan features
Best fiber bundle
Price for Life Double Play Fiber Gigabit
$85/mo.Up to 940 Mbps both ways
  • Unlimited nationwide calling, incl. Canada and U.S. territories

  • Up to 10 calling features

  • No contract

  • No activation fee

  • View plans
    Best DSL bundle
    Price for Life Double Play 100 Mbps
    $85/mo.Download: up to 100 Mbps

    Upload: up to 30 Mbps

  • Unlimited nationwide calling, incl. Canada and U.S. territories

  • Up to 10 calling features

  • No contract

  • No activation fee

  • View plans

    Data effective 10/21/2019. Pricing and speeds are subject to change. Not all offers available in all areas.
    *Requires a Price For Life Home Phone subscription. Additional fees apply. Rate excludes taxes and voice fees/surcharges.

    If you can get it, you want fiber internet. With download and upload speeds of 940 Mbps, it’s ridiculously fast. Everyone in a four-person household could play video games online and simultaneously stream full HD video—and still have bandwidth to spare.

    CenturyLink’s best fiber double-play bundle is Price for Life Double Play Fiber Gigabit ($85 a month), which gives you unlimited nationwide calling along with CenturyLink’s fastest internet speeds.

    The regular monthly price for CenturyLink fiber internet service is $65, and CenturyLink’s unlimited nationwide calling plan is normally $60, so you’re saving $40 a month by bundling.

    CenturyLink bundles and pricing

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    PackagePrice*Download/upload speedsPhone plan features
    Best fiber bundle
    Price for Life Double Play Fiber Gigabit
    $85/mo.Up to 940 Mbps both ways
  • Unlimited nationwide calling, incl. Canada and U.S. territories

  • Up to 10 calling features

  • No contract

  • No activation fee

  • View plans
    Best DSL bundle
    Price for Life Double Play 100 Mbps
    $85/mo.Download: up to 100 Mbps

    Upload: up to 30 Mbps

  • Unlimited nationwide calling, incl. Canada and U.S. territories

  • Up to 10 calling features

  • No contract

  • No activation fee

  • View plans
    DSL
    Price for Life Double Play 15 Mbps
    $85/mo.Download: up to 15 Mbps

    Upload: up to 1 Mbps

  • Unlimited nationwide calling, incl. Canada and U.S. territories

  • Up to 10 calling features

  • No contract

  • No activation fee

  • View plans
    DSL
    Price for Life Double Play 20 Mbps
    $85/mo.Download: up to 20 Mbps

    Upload: up to 2 Mbps

  • Unlimited nationwide calling, incl. Canada and U.S. territories

  • Up to 10 calling features

  • No contract

  • No activation fee

  • View plans
    DSL
    Price for Life Double Play 40 Mbps
    $85/mo.Download: up to 40 Mbps

    Upload: up to 3 Mbps

  • Unlimited nationwide calling, incl. Canada and U.S. territories

  • Up to 10 calling features

  • No contract

  • No activation fee

  • View plans
    DSL
    Price for Life Double Play 80 Mbps
    $85/mo.Download: up to 80 Mbps

    Upload: up to 5 Mbps

  • Unlimited nationwide calling, incl. Canada and U.S. territories

  • Up to 10 calling features

  • No contract

  • No activation fee

  • View plans

    Data effective 10/21/2019. Pricing and speeds are subject to change. Not all offers available in all areas.
    *Requires a Price For Life Home Phone subscription. Additional fees apply. Rate excludes taxes and voice fees/surcharges.

    If you can’t get fiber internet, DSL doesn’t suck. Just keep a few things in mind:

    • You won’t get equal download and upload speeds like you get with fiber.
    • Your location determines your download speed. You might qualify for less than 80 Mbps, but you can still do a lot of streaming and gaming at 40 Mbps or even 20 Mbps.
    • CenturyLink guarantees only “up to” advertised speeds because other factors (equipment, construction materials, etc.) can affect your speeds.
    • You’ll still save $24 a month over the regular prices (all of CenturyLink’s DSL plans cost $49 a month).

    CenturyLink bundle deals

    CenturyLink has no active deals or promotions at the time of this writing.

    Our final take on CenturyLink bundles

    It’s unfortunate that CenturyLink doesn’t currently offer satellite TV service. Especially since TV is infinitely more desirable than home phone service. But CenturyLink’s internet-and-phone bundles still save you 22–32% monthly.

    So what have we learned by studying CenturyLink’s bundles? You’ll save big bucks—just not on the services you want the most.

    CenturyLink bundles FAQ

    Does DIRECTV bundle with CenturyLink? 

    You can pay for DIRECTV along with your CenturyLink internet bill, but you won’t get any discounts for combining internet and TV services.

    Does CenturyLink bundle with DISH Network? 

    CenturyLink does not bundle with DISH Network.

    What channels do you get with Prism TV? 

    CenturyLink discontinued its fiber-optic Prism TV service in 2018.

    How fast should my CenturyLink internet be? 

    As with any internet service provider, CenturyLink’s internet speeds can vary quite a bit based on location and other factors (wired/wireless connection, modem type, router type, router location, materials used to build your home).

    Your neighbor could qualify for up to 940 Mbps fiber internet, while you might get only up to 20 Mbps via DSL. The “Up to” means that CenturyLink doesn’t guarantee you’ll get 20 Mbps (or 940 Mbps, for that matter), due to the factors mentioned above.

    So, if you’re getting only 5–12 Mbps on a 20 Mbps plan, CenturyLink wouldn’t consider that a problem.

    Can you stream with CenturyLink? 

    Yes, you can totally stream TV with CenturyLink internet! Want to see how much streaming you can do with each plan?

    Does CenturyLink have data caps? 

    CenturyLink does have a data cap—but it’s 1 TB (which is a lot of data). Even if you exceed that, you don’t have to worry because CenturyLink doesn’t charge overage fees.