CenturyLink meets your unique needs
The Convenience of One Voice Mailbox
Now, everyone including deaf and hard-of-hearing members in your home can retrieve all of their messages from one voice mailbox. Hearing members still get the same great CenturyLink™ Voice Mail service they've enjoyed in the past, and Teletypewriter(TTY) users can retrieve their voice messages from any touch-tone TTY. For detailed instructions, visit qwest.centurylink.com/residential/disabled/vminstruct.html or call the CenturyLink™ Center for Customers with Disabilities.
Teletypewriter Users get Reduced Long-Distance charges
As a CenturyLink™ customer who relies on a Teletypewriter (TTY), you may qualify for a reduced charge on your long-distance communications. To get more information or to learn to qualify, contact a disabilities consultant at the CenturyLink™Center for Customers with Disabilities.
TTY Directory Listing
If you use a Text Telephone(TTY), Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TDD) or Telecommunications Relay Service, you may note this in your directory listing at no additional charge. Choose from several listing options including:
Please call the Center for Customers with Disabilities at 1 800.223.3131 to choose your phrase and add it to your directory listing.
Hearing Aid-Compatible Cell Phones
CenturyLink™ is an authorized sales agent for Verizon Wireless. Verizon Wireless offers a choice of wireless handsets that meet the FCC Hearing Aid Compatibility requirements for Radio Frequency interference. These phones have an M3 or T3 or better Hearing Aid Compatible rating.
Let Callers Know Your New Number
New number referral intercept is an optional Teletypewriter (TTY)-compatible service that ensures other TTY users
calling your old, disconnected number will receive your new number message in Baudot tones.
No charge for Directory Assistance
CenturyLink™ customers who are blind, vision- or mobility-impaired and who cannot use a directory may qualify for exemption from Directory Assistance charges on their residential and business lines.
A bill you can use
We provide your bill in a variety of formats to meet your specific needs:
Contact the CenturyLink™ Center for Customers with Disabilities to arrange to receive your bill in your preferred format.
CenturyLink Support Programs
Center for Customers with DisabilitiesP.O.Box 2670
Omaha, NE 68103
8:00a.m. to 5:30p.m
Voice and Text Telephone (TTY) Calls