The question, “How to move my CenturyLink service” can be interpreted in two ways. First, How to transfer CenturyLink service to a new address? Second, how do I transfer my CenturyLink service to someone else? Well, in this helpful post we are going to discuss both scenarios. Further in this post, you will also get an overview of how to cancel your CenturyLink internet service and return a modem/router. In case you are running out of time and can’t read this post, consider dialing the CenturyLink transfer service phone number to get assistance.
How to transfer CenturyLink service to a new address?
A change is said to be an inevitable part of human life. A lot of things, including our homes, are subject to change in our materialistic life. And CenturyLink understands this fact very well. That’s why it has put in place a very simple procedure to transfer its internet, phone, and television service to a new address. Can I take my CenturyLink modem to another house? How do I change my CenturyLink service address? If such questions reverberate in the corridors of your mind then read this section carefully.
Worry not. CenturyLink is a renowned brand name in the US. Its fast, safe, and convenient internet, phone, and DirectTV services are accessible across the US. You will have no problem accessing the CenturyLink services from anywhere in the US. So, the question is – what to do to transfer your CenturyLink service? You should contact CenturyLink customer service. Just to be more precise, you can dial 1-888-388-6683 and request the transfer of service. The service agent might ask you a number of questions such as:
Your CenturyLink account number.
Current address and new address where you are planning to shift.
The date when you want services to be installed and activated.
Proof of new address.
Quick Fact: In case you are going on a lengthy vacation then you might be wondering whether to hold or suspend your CenturyLink service until you come back. If so, I have got good news for you. Yes, you, certainly, can suspend your CenturyLink internet for as little as 30 days or as long as 6 months.
Can I transfer my CenturyLink service to someone else?
Good question. Some of you might be considering transferring the ownership of the CenturyLink service instead of only changing the address on papers. If so, you have reason to smile. And the reason is that the matter of transferring the ownership of CenturyLink service is just one call away from you. If you and another person (to whom you are going to transfer the services), meet the below-mentioned conditions you simply can dial CenturyLink customer service and transfer the rights of the services.
Your CenturyLink account must be free from due charges and restrictions.
You both are agreeing to transfer and accept the CenturyLink service respectively.
The new owner accepts and meets the CenturyLink credit requirements.
The new owner is ready to accept the CenturyLink services as-it-is without changes. However, changes could be done later on after the successful transfer of the services.
Note: if any person from you both doesn’t meet any of the conditions as mentioned above then consider canceling and ordering a new CenturyLink service rather than transferring.
How to cancel your CenturyLink service?
CenturyLink service comes with no restriction and boundation. This is what I have liked the most about CenturyLink. Whether you need to sign up or give up the CenturyLink service; simplicity is quite evident in everything. However, canceling CenturyLink is not the best thing that one can do. If there is any problem in transferring the service or you are facing any problem in accessing the internet service then you must contact the CenturyLink customer service before taking a final decision.
In case you are adamant to cancel the CenturyLink then dial this number 800-244-222 between 8 am to 6 pm or feel free to reach us if you have any concerns related to refund. Take one thing on a serious note. Once you register your request for canceling the CenturyLink service, you will have to return the CenturyLink modem/router if you have taken on lease.
That was all about how to transfer CenturyLink service to a new address. If you stick to the above-mentioned guidelines, we are sure you will have no problem. If there is any doubt left in your mind, leave your questions in the comment section. We will be more than happy to answer your questions.