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Get Your Home Up to Speed with CenturyLink Internet in Yuma, AZ

When you call the desert home, you need high-quality internet and crystal-clear TV to make those unbearably hot summer days in your pleasantly air-conditioned house entertaining. And whether you live near the airport or a few miles away from the West Wetlands Park, you definitely need excellent internet, TV, and phone services to make your life in Yuma the best it can be.

If you’ve just moved to Yuma or are searching for the perfect internet service provider, CenturyLink has you covered. With CenturyLink broadband, you can enjoy speeds of up to Mbps or more at one perfect Simply Unlimited (listed speeds may not be available in your area). Want more for less? Bundle CenturyLink Home Phone with Internet to make your billing cycle more convenient and save more than you would on standalone services.

Plus, with CenturyLink, tech support is only a click or call away. Customer service agents work around the clock to answer your service questions.

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Stream Faster and Better Than Ever with CenturyLink Internet

Do you spend your free time streaming westerns on Netflix? (3:10 to Yuma, perhaps?) When they’re sick of exploring Yuma’s many state parks, do your kids stay home and clamor for more TV time with the Disney Channel, or do your teens complain when too many family members using the wireless at the same time slow down their snaps?

Whatever you do online, however large your household is, or whatever problems you run into with your current service provider, there’s a CenturyLink plan with high-speed internet for you. If you have a smaller household, choose internet with speeds up to Mbps. Or, if you and your housemates spend most of your time online, get speeds of up to 100 Mbps to accommodate everyone’s needs (listed speeds may not be available in your area).

If you want more than internet alone, CenturyLink is here to help. DIRECTV lets you access all your favorite shows. Use the DIRECTV app to take the best movies and TV shows with you wherever you go. You can also record live shows on your DVR and access the most popular television On Demand. Add CenturyLink home phone services to say goodbye to dropped calls and high cell phone bills forever.

CenturyLink Simply Unlimited Internet

$ 50

All speeds up to 100 Mbps

Speed may not be available in your area.

Two great ways to buy CenturyLink

Price for Life 
Internet + Home Phone

$ 85

What to Expect from CenturyLink Installation in Yuma

After you’ve checked for availability and ordered your CenturyLink services, it’s time to prepare for installation. The internet installation process is incredibly simple—so simple, in fact, that you can install and activate your equipment on your own, as long as your home is already wired for DSL internet. Just follow the easy online steps to activate your router and modem and connect to CenturyLink internet. Self installation, if available at your location, may be selected.

The process should take you half an hour to an hour, and if you run into trouble, you can always give CenturyLink customer service a call.

Not sure you want to tackle installation on your own? No worries. Call to schedule a professional installation at a time that works for you. A technician will arrive at your home at the time you schedule to set up and activate your internet, TV, and home phone service. Bear in mind that a person age 18 or older will need to be home during the entire installation process. Also, a $60 professional installation fee will apply.

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 Home Phone. 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.

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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