Small Business Support

Different Ways to Pay Your Bill

You have a number of payment options to pay your CenturyLink bill, all of them safe and secure. Here's a comparison of your choices, so you can select the one that's most convenient for you.

Automatic Payments (Autopay)

Once you're enrolled in AutoPay, your bill is automatically paid each month from your choice of checking or savings account, credit or debit card, or money market account (certain areas only). It's perfect for folks who'd rather spend time with friends and family than manually paying their bill each month. However, enrollment does require 1-2 bill cycles to go into effect, so it's something you should set up for the long term, while continuing to make one-time payments as needed to cover this month's bill.

Register or login to Control Center to sign up for Autopay.

Quick Bill Pay

Sometimes you just want to pay your bill and get on with your life. Quick Bill Pay was made for one purpose and one purpose only: to make it easy to make single one-time payments online, and get your bill paid. To view the details about your bill or services, you'll need to sign in to Control Center. But for paying your bill right now, today? Quick Bill Pay is a great choice.

Control Center

Sign in to Control Center, where you can view and pay your bill online, review the details of your services, and change your payment and billing preferences. You can choose to have your payment information remembered, making future payments even faster.

Pay by Phone

By Smartphone

If you don't have My Account or you don't want to sign in, you can make single bill payments from your mobile device using Quick Bill Pay.

By Telephone

Our easy-to-understand recorded voice guides you through the quick automated phone payment system, which is free and available 24/7. You'll want to have your payment information handy, along with your CenturyLink account number.

Pay by Mail

If you wish to pay your CenturyLink bill the old-fashioned way, just mail your check or money order to the correct mailing address (link to SB article “Pay by mail”). Don't forget to write your account number on your payment

Pay in Person

CenturyLink customers are always welcome to pay their bill in person. Check the "Accepts Payments" column of the CenturyLink Store Locator to see where you can pay in person. Remember to bring your current CenturyLink bill with you so your account can be credited accordingly.