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Keep in contact with your family and stay up to date with the latest TV shows when you pay your CenturyLink bill at Money Services. If you don’t have a bank account, don’t worry – we can help you make cash payments and get the job done quickly. At our locations, you can conveniently pay your bills at the same place you shop for groceries.

Pay your CenturyLink bill

You can pay your CenturyLink bill in cash or by debit card at your local Money Services – just bring the money to cover the bill and fee, along with your latest bill stub showing the account number, and we’ll do the rest.

Paying your CenturyLink bill

Making payments to CenturyLink at your nearest Money Services is simple and offers a range of other benefits.

It saves time

  • While you pay your bills, you can take advantage of our other services
  • Visit us when you stop to pick up groceries

It saves you money

  • No need to pay postage fees
  • We offer great low fees and everyday discounts with your Shopper’s Card

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CenturyLink Contact

If you’ve got a question on your bill that our Money Services team can’t resolve, you can contact CenturyLink’s customer support.

CenturyLink online support:


CenturyLink is a global communications company focused on connecting people to the digital world. The company provides broadband, phone, video and network services over a 265,000-mile fiber network.

CenturyLink was founded in 1930 as the Oak Ridge Telephone Company. Its first customer bills were hand delivered by owners William Clarke and Marie Williams’ eight-year-old son Clarke McRae Williams on his bicycle. The couple gave the company to Clarke as a wedding gift when he returned from serving in World War Two. The company continued to expand and changed its name to CenturyLink in 2009.


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This retailer is an authorized delegate of CheckFreePay Corporation, Fidelity Express, Firstech and Western Union pursuant to Chapter 151 of the Texas Finance Code, Subchapter E, Conduct of Money Transmission Business.

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