Live in high def with CenturyLink Fiber

Surf at up to 940 Mbps

Maximum download/upload speed of up to 940 Mbps via a wired connection. Speed may not be available in your area.

  • Reliable gaming and HD streaming

  • Designed for multi-device households

  • No annual contract

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CenturyLink Internet plans

The fiber revolution is on.

CenturyLink fiber availability is growing rapidly. In areas where fiber isn’t yet available, high-speed internet plans up to 100 Mbps offer speeds for daily internet use and a healthy dose of recreation. Check your ZIP code above for available plans in your area.

Limited availability. Service in select locations only.

CenturyLink Fiber Internet

Great for gaming and streaming on multiple screens

  • Speeds up to 940 Mbps

  • Virtually lag-free experience

  • Unlimited data

Limited availability. Service in select locations only.

CenturyLink Simply Unlimited Internet

Great for daily tasks such as email, social media, and work/study

  • Speeds up to 100 Mbps

  • Self-installation available in most areas

  • Unlimited data

Limited availability. Service in select locations only.

Why CenturyLink Fiber Internet?

CenturyLink uses a fiber network to bring you fast, reliable internet—and designs every plan to be flexible, affordable, and supportive of busy households.

No annual contract

No data fees or bundling required either. Unlimited fiber is yours for as long as you want.

24/7 technical support

If you encounter a problem, you can reach our technical support staff 24/7 via phone or chat.

Abundant bandwidth

Get multiple people and their devices online, with minimal arguments over who’s hogging the WiFi.

99.9% reliable* network

A reliable, efficient network means virtually no lag.

*Based on network uptime or availability

CenturyLink Fiber at a variety of speeds and budgets

Speeds up to 940 Mbps

Fiber Gigabit Internet

With CenturyLink fiber plan speeds up to 940 Mbps, multiple people in your home can anticipate room on the network for their favorite activities—including ones that use tons of data, such as HD streaming and multiplayer gaming.

  • 9 or more devices depending on activity and frequency

Limited availability. Service in select locations only.

Speeds up to 100 Mbps

Simply Unlimited Internet

With CenturyLink plan speeds up to 100 Mbps, your household can easily connect for everyday online tasks including email, banking, and shopping. This plan may also support streaming and occasional gaming.

  • Up to 8 devices depending on activity and frequency

Limited availability. Service in select locations only.

Fiber Gigabit service from CenturyLink

Bring fiber home in a big way with Fiber Gigabit, the CenturyLink Fiber plan offering download and upload speeds up to 940 Mbps via a wired connection. With speeds this fast, wait times go way down—and satisfaction goes way up.

Limited availability. Service in select locations only.

  • Connect multiple devices without competing for bandwidth

  • Experience virtually no lag time when gaming, streaming, or conferencing

  • Expect rapid load times even for complex web pages or large file downloads

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Customize your home services order

Get more bang for your buck when you bundle CenturyLink fiber with CenturyLink home phone—and top it all off with a TV package from our partners.

  • Unlimited Nationwide Calling

  • $10/mo off phone bundles

  • TV plans from partner providers

Fiber internet availability

See if CenturyLink Fiber has reached my area.

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Frequently asked questions

What is fiber internet?

Fiber internet is a service that relies on fiber optics, made of thin strands of glass, to send internet data to and from your home internet router.

Because fiber-optic cables are so efficient, they can send data to your router at very high speeds without losing packets on the way—and from your router out to the World Wide Web with the same speed and efficiency.

How fast is a gigabit?

Technically speaking, one gigabit equals 1,000 megabits. CenturyLink Fiber Gigabit service, the fastest plan available on the CenturyLink network, offers download and upload speeds up to 940 Mbps—enough to support even the most active internet users during intensive activities like gaming and HD streaming.

Limited availability. Service in select locations only.

Is fiber internet available near me?

CenturyLink adds new ZIP codes to its fiber network all the time, bringing reliable, superfast internet service to even more households. Call 
1-855-204-1848 or enter your ZIP here to check fiber availability in your area.

How much is CenturyLink Fiber Internet?

CenturyLink offers fiber internet plans at a variety of price points and speeds to accommodate the needs of different households. For pricing on fiber internet plans available in your ZIP code, call 1-855-204-1848 now or view available plans here.

How does fiber internet work?

Fiber internet works by sending data over transparent fiber-optic cables instead of copper wiring, the material used in most other internet services.

Because fiber-optic cables are transparent and weather-resistant, they’re a highly efficient medium for sending data at high speeds without burning off packets as heat on the way.

How does CenturyLink Fiber installation work?

At most homes, fiber installation goes by before you know it. Here’s how it works:

You place an order at 1-855-204-1848 or start an online order here. After finalizing your plan choice, you select an available date and time for installation.

On the day of the appointment, your technician wires new fiber cables inside and outside your home and sets up your WiFi network.

Then voila! Your service is ready.

Is fiber better or more reliable than other internet types?

Fiber internet has a reputation for delivering super reliable connections and superfast upload and download speeds. With strengths in both speed and reliability, fiber makes an excellent home internet option whether you get online only to check email or spend hours gaming and streaming in HD.