What you need to know about CenturyLink’s new service, Residential Phone service
In the midst of an all-time high in data usage, CenturyLink is taking another step in the right direction with its new Residential Phone plan.
The new service offers 4G LTE coverage with no contract, as well as data caps of up to 100GB per month and unlimited talk and text on the same network.
The company is also introducing a new pricing model that allows customers to add an unlimited talk or text plan to the same account as they currently have, which means you can add a data plan for free, and use your 4G service on your own network.
To be clear, the new plan is still the same, but CenturyLink says it will bring it up to parity with its competitors in the market.
“While many of the offerings we offer today are designed to make it easier for our customers to get connected to the Internet and use our services, it is our goal to deliver a service that makes the experience even better for everyone,” CenturyLink CEO Mike Sievert said in a statement.
“This is the first time we’ve offered 4G services to our customers in a long time.”
This plan will allow customers to switch from a data-only plan to a data plus plan, meaning you’ll be able to use the data plan with your phone.
It also means you’ll get unlimited talk, text, and data.
While there’s no word on when customers will be able get to the 4G Plus plan, Centurylink says it’s planned for release “soon.”
The new residential plan also offers new features, like a new phone app called Home Assistant that lets you remotely control your home, set timers and alarms, set up alarms and timers, and even remotely wipe your phone to prevent it from getting locked up.
The plan also lets you access Home Assistant from the home screen, and the feature will be available to anyone who subscribes to the Home Assistant service.
Home Assistant also works with the CenturyLink Home app, which will allow you to quickly switch your home screen wallpaper, switch your lockscreen, or even customize the wallpaper to suit your home decor.
The Home Assistant feature is a great way to take advantage of the device’s camera, which can record videos and video clips for playback in Home Assistant, but also will let you edit video to make them appear in Home Assist.
You can also stream your home videos to the internet, and you can even make your own videos.
CenturyLink will let users record their own home videos, but the company says that it won’t be able provide that feature to customers who want to share them with others.
For example, you can’t stream a video to YouTube from your smartphone.
You can, however, share a video on Twitter.
You also can’t share a photo or video on Facebook.
Centurylink is also working to make video streaming as easy as it can be with Home Assistant.
For those who want more, the company is launching a new subscription service called Video Pass that lets users watch up to 10 million video clips per month, which is a new feature that has been available for a few years.
It also lets customers watch and edit video clips on the home screens of all their devices, including the new Home Assistant Home app.
This will be particularly important for customers who like to edit video and want to make their own videos or use it as a background when they’re not connected to their home network.
This could be an important feature for users who don’t want to be stuck watching their videos while connected to a home network or who want some extra control over their devices.
The service will be offered for $50 per month or $200 per year.
You’ll need to add your own video or audio recordings to the video, and your own home screen to make your video play.
It will also be free to subscribe to, and it will have a $10 monthly data cap.
The subscription plan is available now and will be discontinued after the end of 2019, but you can sign up for it today at CenturyLink.com/subscriptions and add your name to the waitlist.