Price for Life
Up to 20 Mbps
Speed may not be available in your area. Rate excludes taxes; activation fee applies.*
- Speeds up to 20 Mbps
- No contract
- No rate hikes
Price for Life
Speed may not be available in your area. Rate excludes taxes and voice fees/surcharges.*
- Speeds up to 20 Mbps(speed may not be available in your area)
- Get phone and Internet on one bill
- Unlimited Nationwide Calling
DIRECTV® XTRA All-Included + Internet + Phone
Plus taxes and Regional Sports Fee.
For 12 months with 24-mo. DIRECTV agreement and combined billing. Price includes DIRECTV XTRA All-Included Package ($55.00/mo.), CenturyLink ($45/mo.) and bundle discount ($5/mo.). $117.00/mo. for XTRA All-Included Package in months 13-24 (subject to change).* Regional Sports Fee up to $7.49/mo. is extra & applies.* New customers only. Conditions apply. Speed may not be available in your area. Rate excludes taxes and voice fees/surcharges.*
- 235+ digital channels, including local channels in over 99% of the U.S.
- Download Speeds up to 20 Mbps
- Unlimited Nationwide Calling
- Get HBO®, STARZ®, SHOWTIME®, and CINEMAX® for first 3 months at no extra costAfter 3 mos., services automatically continue at then prevailing rate (currently $53.99/mo.) unless you call to change or cancel. Req’s you to select offer.
- Includes Genie® HD DVR upgrade.One HD DVR powers your whole homeAdd’l equipment req’d. Add’l & Advanced Receiver fees apply.
- Get 2019 season of NFL SUNDAY TICKET included at no extra cost!Subscription renews automatically each season at then prevailing rate (currently $293.94/season) unless you call to cancel within two weeks after the start of the season. Req’s you to select offer.
- Includes standard professional installation in up to 4 rooms.
*ALL DIRECTV OFFERS REQUIRE 24-MONTH AGREEMENT. $35 ACTIVATION, EARLY TERMINATION FEE OF $20/MO. FOR EACH MONTH REMAINING ON AGMT., EQUIPMENT NON-RETURN & ADD’L FEES APPLY. Price after $5/mo. discount when bundled with qualifying CenturyLink svc. New approved residential DIRECTV customers only (equipment lease req’d). Credit card req’d (except MA & PA).
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Yuma Residents’ Most Frequently Asked Questions about CenturyLink
Want to know the types of questions your Yuma friends and neighbors ask about CenturyLink? Click through the FAQs below. If you don’t see the answer you’re looking for, don’t hesitate to reach out through any of the CenturyLink customer service numbers.
How Does CenturyLink Work?
CenturyLink internet can work a few different ways depending on the service you use. For instance, if you use CenturyLink high-speed DSL, your installer will connect your modem to the home’s existing phone cables, which are usually made of copper, to give you a direct internet connection.
If you live in an area where you can access fiber internet, your installer will connect your home to a new fiber-optic network that’s coming to more and more states in the U.S.
CenturyLink internet (and all types of internet from any Internet Service Provider) requires a modem and a router to access the internet. A modem connects you directly to the internet offered by your internet service provider (ISP). It “modulates” the data flowing from the ISP’s internet to your computer. The modem usually hooks into a router, or a device that allows multiple computers or other devices in your home to access the same network.
Some routers and modems are combined into one streamlined device to make installation and activation even easier.
How Much Is CenturyLink?
CenturyLink costs vary based on the services you want and the packages you choose. For instance, if you opt for an internet-only plan, your costs will be lower than if you bundle internet and TV. However, bundling means added convenience for your billing plan, and it also saves you money on each individual service.
If you want to learn more about what different types of bundles cost and how much they help you save, visit the bundles page. You can also visit (and revisit) the deals page to stay up to date on the most recent CenturyLink bargains in your area.
CenturyLink also offers Price for Life deals. Depending on your neighborhood, you could get up to Mbps or more at a price you’ll love.. (Listed speeds may not be available in your area.) Get in touch with a CenturyLink representative to learn more.
What Kind of Internet Is CenturyLink?
CenturyLink is a broadband internet service provider. Broadband simply means high speed—this type of internet has a wide (or broad) bandwidth and can transmit more data faster. Unlike old dial-up internet, broadband internet is always active, which means you don’t have to wait for it to boot up and dial in before you can access your favorite websites.
CenturyLink offers a few different types of broadband internet, including DSL (Digital Service Line) and fiber. DSL internet connects using your home’s existing phone lines, which streamlines your internet installation and activation. In contrast, fiber internet uses newer fiber-optic cables to transmit data as fast as possible. Fiber through CenturyLink isn’t available in all 50 states yet, but as fiber’s popularity spreads, so will the fiber-related service area.
Since both DSL and fiber internet are types of CenturyLink broadband internet, you can rest assured that no matter which option is available to you, you’ll always have access to high-speed internet.
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