Pay your bill in person

Sometimes you may want to pay in person or pay your bill in cash. Stop by at any locations and pay your bill in person. 

Additional fees may apply in order to process your payment.

Either way, paying in person is a simple, straightforward way to take care of your bill. You can talk face-to-face with a live person, and payments are credited to your account immediately. Paying in person also gives you the most payment options. You can pay with cash, check or money order. Some locations even accept savings account, credit card, debit card or ATM card payments.

Tip: Bring along your CenturyLink bill. Since it has your account information, it will speed up the payment process for you.

Before jumping in the car and driving over to us, be sure the location you have in mind accepts payments. To do this, when you see the map on your screen, click the pin for the address you want to visit. A pop-up box will appear with information including: phone number, address, hours of operation, available products and whether payments are accepted.

To pay your bill in person, please visit one of our payment partners:

Bill payment locations, contact information, hours of operation and products are subject to change.

If you don't have time to drive somewhere to make a payment, there are other ways to pay your bill.

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