Keeping You Connected And Safe
We continually monitor the effects of COVID-19 (coronavirus) globally, using the most relevant and current information to determine actions to care for our employees and our customers, and to help ensure critical services remain available when people need them most. Our network has performed well throughout the pandemic despite significant increases in traffic volume across our network due to prolonged stay-at-home, learn-from-home and work-from-home situations across the globe.
In early 2020, we seamlessly transitioned about 75% of our people to a work-from-home environment with great success. For our technicians, who are critical to keeping customers connected, we continue to provide recommended personal protective equipment and follow CDC guidance to keep our people and our customers safe while they perform their essential work. In addition, we instituted some really innovative and creative ways to provide seamless service – including using videos and virtual partnership – to keep people safe throughout the pandemic.
If there is a health or safety concern, our technicians can complete any exterior work and assist our residential customers to complete interior work over the phone. Our techs may enter the home with customer permission, if necessary, and if they determine together the environment is safe.
For business service, we'll work with onsite contacts to find options for safe access to equipment rooms and closets. If we cannot complete an installation or repair, we will reschedule the appointment when we can safely enter a home or business.
While there is no legal requirement for our employees to be vaccinated as a condition of employment, Lumen strongly encourages its employees to stay current with COVID-19 related vaccinations.
At Lumen, we recognize the importance of delivering service safely, which is why we are following CDC and OSHA guidelines. We’ve gone beyond best practices out of an abundance of caution to protect our technicians and customers. This includes processes such as Safe Connections.
Our technicians also know to stay at home if they are not feeling well. And we are thinking not only of you but also the customers who come after you, which means if a customer is not feeling well, we ask to reschedule install and repair appointments. We're committed to working together with our customers to ensure the safety of our communities.
Business customers: We will communicate with you directly through your account representatives and enterprise sales account managers. If you experience service disruption, please create a repair ticket and use normal repair processes.
Residential customers: We will communicate with you through various channels depending on the specific situation. These contact methods may include social direct messaging, blog posts, email, text messages, and phone calls. If you experience service disruption, please use our Service Troubleshooter, or contact us to create a repair ticket.
Please visit Lumen Newsroom - COVID-19 Support.
Visit our connection troubleshooter to ensure you are getting the fastest speed possible.
Residential customers can contact us online to test their services or use our Live Chat feature on www.lumen.com to troubleshoot any issues they may be experiencing. We understand how important it is to be connected. Our teams are constantly monitoring our network, and we take every step to ensure our customers' services are operating normally.
Business customers can submit a trouble ticket through our small business or enterprise portal.
We understand how vital staying connected is for our customers. We are committed to providing you with support 24 hours a day by visiting our website at https://www.centurylink.com/home/help/contact.html to work with an online agent.
For other self-help options, please download the MyCenturyLink App at https://www.centurylink.com/home/help/account/app.html.