Where is Centurylink Corporate office Headquarters

Centurylink Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 100 Centurylink Dr, Monroe, LA 71203, USA
  • Phone Number: 318-388-9000
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 60,000
  • Established: 1968
  • Founder: F. E. Hogan, Sr.
  • Key People: Jeffrey K. Storey (President, CEO & Director)

Centurylink Headquarters Location & Directions

Centurylink Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Jeffrey K. Storey

President, CEO & Director

Sunit S. Patel

Executive VP & CFO

Vernon L. Irvin

President of LGMS

About Centurylink, History and Headquarters Information

History

Centurylink was founded in the year 1930. The company had been operational for almost 99 years now. The former name of the company was the Oak Ridge Telephone Company. The founder of the company was F E Hogan. Then in the year 1930, the company was sold for $500 along with 75 paid subscribers, to William Clarke and Marie Williams. Later in the year 1946, the son of William Clarke, known as Clarke McRae Williams, gained the ownership of the company. The following year, Clarke McRae Williams bought over the Marion Telephone Company. The company was mainly a family run company until it was incorporated in the year 1968. The company was incorporated as Central Telephone and Electronics. The company started to serve about three USA states with 10,000 access lines. During the year 1972 and 1975, the company had moved its headquarters to Monroe, Louisiana, USA.

Then in the year 1971, the company was named as Century Telephone Enterprises. The following year, the company had acquired La Crosse Telephone Corporation. In the year 1978, the company had become a limited public entity. In the year 1981, the company had received War Telephone, located in West Virginia, USA. The next year, the earnings of the company had raised to almost $14 million, which then declined during the year 1983 and started to rise again in 1984. As of the year 1987, the overall earnings had grown to be $2 million. In the year 1989, the company had taken over Universal Telephone, for about $90 million. Then in the year 1992, the company had acquired Central Telephone Company of Ohio, for about $135 million. By the year 1993, the earnings of the company were almost $80 million. In the year 1997, the company had taken over Delta Security Alarm Company. As of the year 1999, the company had changed its name to CenturyTel Incorporated. During the early 2000s, the company had acquired and collaborated with various kinds of companies, such as Spectra Communications, CSW Net, SkyComm International, EchoStar Communications, etcetera. In the year 2006, the company had sold off its assets in Arizona to Hopi Telecommunications, which brought down the operations to a total of just 23 states in the USA. Then in the year 2009, the company again changed its name to Century Link, which was made fully official by the year 2010. In the year 2014, the company had acquired two more companies, known as Cognilytics and DataGardens. This followed with the acquisition of Level 3 Communications for about $25 billion, in the year 2016. The company had also taken over SEAL Consulting, in the year 2017. The headquarters of the company is based in 100 CenturyLink Drive. The name of the place is Monroe, while the name of the state is Louisiana, USA. The pin code of the area is 71203.

About

Century Link is an American telecommunications company that focuses on providing various kinds of services like broadband, wireless services as well as voice services over the air, to its customers, clients, and also businesses as well. The current CEO of the company is Jeff Storey. As of the year 2018, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $23.4 billion. Also, the number of employees working at the company, as of the year 2018, is more than 45,000. The company is a member of the Fortune 50 companies list. It provides its services to North America, Asia Pacific, Latin America and also EMEA.

Services

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customer, clients and businesses to obtain various kinds of network and communication services offered by the company itself. The company also provides cloud security, voice services over local as well as long distances, data integration, hosting, VoIP services, public and private cloud services, SaaS applications, etcetera.

Centurylink Headquarters Photos

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  • Erika Barrios says:

    called to disconnect my services and moved to a temporary address. The customer Rep name Amber was very rude. I explained that I have been with Centurylink for over ten years and as a loyalty customer they could not offered me a discount promotion or offer me anything. I asked to speak to the supervisor and the Supervisor name Amber as well was not very helpful and did not help me with anything. She said I has to pay the full amount of the internet for about $45 dollars a month. I am very disappointed with the customer care and there services. I am a loyalty customer and they could of offers me a promotion. I was not told that If I move or transfer my internet that the promotion I have now I would lose it. I am currently paying $18.00 a month.

     
  • Oena Lujan says:

    To whom it Concerns,

    I disagree with CentryLink’s reports and findings. It took nearly 3 months for my service to be connected nearly 2 years ago. I had to call 3-4 times a week and talked to managers, engineers, customer service agents for months. I’d be told different stories of why they couldn’t connect me every time I called. When my internet was finally connected, it wasn’t connected to the high speed I had asked for causing major delays in usage. I contacted customer service and yet again went through several channels which stated they’d fix the issues; which didn’t happen. I was told that I was being given a $90 credit, 1 year later I still hadn’t received that. I was told I’d be sent gift cards; this also never happened. Clallam Bay and a lot of my co-workers here at Clallam Bay Corrections Center have had tremendous amounts of issues with CentryLink. From billing issues, errors on billing not being corrected and major connection issues. This issue doesn’t get resolved at any level, ever! I tried several times to work with CentryLink but they weren’t applying the credit to my bill. On top of this the customer service I talked to several times and Managers and even ENGINEERS; stated they’d get the problems fixed; again this didn’t happen. These issues never got resolved and I told them to pick up their equipment and disconnect me; which also didn’t happen for the equipment. I’ve made several attempts prior to this being sent to collections to get things corrected. When I talk to customer service, managers they always say they’ll have it fixed and then it NEVER HAPPENS. THIS COMPANY IS HORRIBLE and refuses to fix their issues at the higher level. I have no problem paying my bill from when I asked for it to be disconnected and the equipment picked up; which was nearly 6 months ago now; after all the fees have been removed and my credits have been applied.
    CentryLink has the motto “CenturyLink was built upon a set of commitments that we call our Unifying Principles – fairness, honesty and integrity, commitment to excellence, positive attitude, respect, faith and perseverance – and we use them to guide how we interact with you, with each other and with our business partners and communities.” They do not follow any of these here in Clallam Bay.
    This company continues to take advantage of the small community here and even at the manager level it never gets resolved. We get made promises without follow thru. I’ve attempted to contact corporate as well and again nothing ever changes. Here in Clallam Bay they realize that we have limited options for tv and internet and they take full advantage of this and screw people over.

    Sincerely,

    Oena J. Lujan
    81 Frontier St. Apt. 1
    Clallam Bay, WA 98326

     
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