As CenturyLink and Qwest merge companies, we are working hard to combine our systems. By supplying your service address zip code we will be able to get you to the right location. Thank you for your patience during the merger process.
Log in with your account username and password so that we can show you the pricing options available to you. Don't have an account yet? Select
"Enroll Now" on the My CenturyLink Login page to create one now.
A username is required.
A password is required.
We had an unexpected error, please try again.
By inputting your account information and clicking the "Show My Options" button, you provide consent to CenturyLink to access your account information, including the services you subscribe to, to respond to your inquiry and inform you of CenturyLink's products and services. You may deny us permission by proceeding no further and your denial will have no affect on your current services. Under federal law, it is your right and our duty to protect your account information.
6 ways to improve performance of your cordless phone
One of the most common reasons people hear noise — like other conversations or radio stations —on their phone lines is problems with cordless phones.
Here are six ideas for fixing problems with your cordless phone.
1. Unplug your phone
Any piece of equipment plugged into your phone jack can act as an antenna and pick up CB or AM/FM broadcasting station frequencies. This is particularly true for cordless phones.
Disconnect the base unit from the telephone jack.
Unplug all the charging units (including the base) from their electrical outlets.
Reconnect the base unit to the jack.
Plug each component back in one at a time, listening for noise on the phone after each.
If one phone is causing the problem, unplug that one and try another.
If only one unit is causing the problem, you might want to stop using that unit. Alternately, you can contact the manufacturer for recommendations.