Uncover Your Access to CenturyLink in New Jersey

Looking for faster internet with more budget and speed options? CenturyLink covers most areas of New Jersey, offering plans that include internet and DIRECTV bundles. You can also find home phone services that keep you connecting to your friends across the nation with unlimited calling. View the map to see if your neighborhood is within a New Jersey CenturyLink coverage area.

CenturyLink® Internet Plans in New Jersey

CenturyLink Simply Unlimited Internet

$ 50
/mo

All speeds up to 100 Mbps

Speed may not be available in your area.

Two great ways to buy CenturyLink

New Jersey Areas With CenturyLink Coverage

The map and list of cities below will let you know whether you can sign up for CenturyLink home or business services.

New Jersey Coverage Map

CenturyLink is Available in These New Jersey Cities

Andover, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 96.65% of your area

Belvidere, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 96.04% of your area

Blairstown, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 96.63% of your area

Branchville, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 95.97% of your area

Califon, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 93.37% of your area

Chester, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 93.87% of your area

Clinton, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 86.92% of your area

Columbia, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 97.35% of your area

Flemington, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 95.03% of your area

Franklin, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 99.4% of your area

Frenchtown, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 95.08% of your area

Glen Gardner, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 95.06% of your area

Great Meadows, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 76.56% of your area

Hamburg, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 97.78% of your area

Hampton, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 92.06% of your area

Hillsborough, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 95.05% of your area

Lafayette, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 93.34% of your area

Lebanon, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 93.19% of your area

Long Valley, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 94.7% of your area

Montague, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 94.18% of your area

Newton, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 96.28% of your area

Ogdensburg, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 100% of your area

Oxford, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 95.92% of your area

Pittstown, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 83.47% of your area

Ringoes, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 80.51% of your area

Sparta, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 99.8% of your area

Stockton, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 93.3% of your area

Sussex, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 94.75% of your area

Vernon, NJ

Max Speed: 40 Mbps

Available in 93.15% of your area

Whitehouse Station, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 97.58% of your area

Sparta, NJ

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 99.8% of your area

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Safest States for Kids Online: New Jersey Ranks #5

Even with an above average rate of internet crime victims, New Jersey’s thorough cyberbullying laws help secure the #5 spot.

What Makes New Jersey Safe for Kids Online?

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Cyberbullying and Sexting Laws

Of the 14 laws on our list, New Jersey has 12 cyberbullying and sexting laws in place—the second highest rate in the nation.

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Internet Crimes Against Children

New Jersey fell under the national average for internet crimes against children with only 2.76 victims per 100,000 residents.

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Malware

There’s room for improvement when it comes to malware victims—the state’s rate of 2.02 victims per 100,000 people is above the national average of 1.75.


Methodology

We analyzed all states in the United States including the District of Columbia and adjusted our data to reflect the state population under 20 years old. To achieve our final ranking, we created a weighted score based on the number of internet crime victims (25%), internet crimes against children (40%), malware victims (10%), and cyberbullying and sexting laws (25%). The data for each category came from the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center, United State Census, and the Cyberbullying Research Center’s Bullying Laws database.

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