Up to 20 Mbps: Low rates, meet high speeds
Don’t pay for more than you need. Up to 20 Mbps internet (speed may not be available in your area) from CenturyLink lets you stream on two to three devices at the same time. You can stream in high definition on your favorite sites, download a high-def movie in minutes, and participate in casual gaming with virtually no lag pushing you down on the charts.
When you get CenturyLink Internet with speeds up to 20 Mbps, without a long term contract, you can cancel anytime. Along with affordable rates and speeds, look forward to high-speed in-home WiFi and 24/7 technical support.
24/7 technical support
Fast in-home WiFi
How fast is up to 20 Mbps?
If you only have a few internet users in your house who connect one to three devices, the answer is probably yes. After all, Americans spend about 135 minutes on social media each day, 136 minutes emailing, 107 minutes browsing, and 300 minutes streaming video. Up to 20 Mbps is perfect for this type of frequent but casual internet use.
Still not sure if up to 20 Mbps is a good speed? Netflix requires 3 Mbps to watch standard-definition shows or 5 Mbps to watch in high definition. With up to 20 Mbps, two people can comfortably stream on separate devices in HD.
Consider a plan with higher speeds if you have more than two or three people or devices in your household. If you’re content with regular HD (1080p), the up to 20 Mbps speed should suit you perfectly.
Perfect for connecting 1 to 3 devices.
Just right for casual streaming in high definition.
Ideal for basic surfing, social media, and emailing.
Pair the power of CenturyLink Internet with home phone
Get more than just the power of a dependable internet connection from CenturyLink. Ensure that you and your loved ones can always be in touch by adding a home phone plan to your internet package. Home phone plans come with unlimited nationwide calling, features such as caller ID, and the convenience of two plans in one.
Unlimited nationwide calling
Variety of caller features
No delays or lag time