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Optimum Deals

Save some money on Optimum internet and TV service today.

Current Deals:

  • $500 Contract Buyout
  • Bundle Internet and TV (Free $100 Amazon gift card)
  • Price for Life

If you’re looking for cheap, fast internet service in New York—or parts of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, or Connecticut—Optimum can accommodate. The Altice-owned company offers no-contract cable and fiber-optic internet connections, as well as TV and digital phone service.

“Cool, cool, cool,” you’re thinking, somewhat redundantly, “but how can I save some cheddar on Optimum?” If cheddar means money, we have three sweet Optimum deals for you.

Optimum deal #1: $500 contract buyout

If you’re currently with another internet provider and you want to make the jump to Optimum, you don’t have to wait out the remainder of your contract: Optimum will buy out your fees up to $500.

It’s a good deal if you have only five months left on your $99.99-a-month contract with Bubba’s Internet & BBQ Supplies, but less so if you’re staring down 23 more months of a two-year contract. Time it right, and you could switch to better (or at least cheaper) internet with no early termination fees (ETFs).

Get $500 contract buyout

 

Data effective as of post date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

Optimum deal #2: Bundle internet and TV

It may not have a clever title, but Optimum’s Bundle Internet and TV deal makes up for it in value: 200 Mbps of internet speed and over 220 TV channels for $74.99 a month. For a smaller household, that’s plenty of speed and channels for a decent price.

One of those channels is premium: SHOWTIME® is also included in the Bundle Internet and TV deal, as is 75 hours of cloud DVR storage (both free for one year; billed at regular rates after). Optimum will also throw in a $100 Amazon gift card—those fuzzy slippers that have been sitting in your cart are as good as delivered.

Bundle with Optimum

 

Data effective as of post date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

Optimum deal #3: Price for Life

If you’re a first-time customer, you can get a set Price for Life on Optimum’s 1 Gig (1,000 Mbps) fiber—or cable, depending on area and availability—internet plan at $74.99 a month.

If you’re not a fan of surprise price hikes (who is?), Price for Life on a monthly bill means one less budget item to worry about.

Optimum’s Price for Life internet hookup requires autopay paperless billing and doesn’t apply to usual taxes and fees. But your bill won’t go up for as long as you remain a subscriber in good standing.

Get Price for Life

 

Data effective as of post date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

Optimum deals FAQ

What’s the cheapest Optimum plan?

Internet: Optimum’s cheapest internet plan is its 300 Mbps service at $39.99 a month (for one year, plus taxes, fees, and other charges).

Internet and TV: The least expensive package is that same 300 Mbps internet service plus the 220+ channel Core TV plan for $74.99 a month (for two years, plus taxes, fees, and other charges).

Internet, TV, and digital phone: Optimum’s cheapest package is the 200 Mbps service with the Core 220+ channel plan and home phone for $74.99 a month (for two years, plus taxes, fees, and other charges).

What is Optimum’s Price for Life?

New Optimum customers can get a set Price for Life on its 1 Gig (1,000 Mbps) internet plan, which is fiber or cable-based, depending upon area and availability. Your bill stays at $74.99 a month for as long as you remain a subscriber in good standing and pay on time (plus taxes, fees, and other charges; includes autopay and paperless billing).

Does Optimum offer senior discounts?

Optimum offers an inexpensive plan for seniors, students, and veterans through its Altice Advantage Internet program. The plan is 30 Mbps internet with a free modem/router, discounted installation, and no data caps. Those who qualify include the following:

  • Seniors 65 or older who are receiving/eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Students eligible for, or participating in, the National School Lunch Program (NSLP)
  • New York City residents attending New York City public school
  • Veterans receiving state or federal public assistance

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