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Suddenlink Availability

Here’s where you can find Suddenlink internet, TV, and phone service.

Suddenlink availability map

Suddenlink provides TV, internet, and phone services across 17 southern and West Coast states. Use our Suddenlink coverage map to the right or type in your zip code below to see if your neighborhood gets Suddenlink service:

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Suddenlink internet availability

Suddenlink is available in 17 states across the country:

  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Idaho
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Nevada
  • New Mexico
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Texas
  • Virginia
  • West Virginia

Suddenlink’s offers three internet plans: Internet 200 ($30/mo. for 200 Mbps download speeds), Internet 400 ($40/mo. for 400 Mbps), and Internet 1 Gig ($50/mo. for 940 Mbps). The price for all three plans may increase after your first year and the exact amount depends on Suddenlink’s rates after 12 months. You can also rent a combo wireless router/cable modem from Suddenlink for $10 per month.

Check out our Suddenlink internet review to learn more about Suddenlink internet plans.

Suddenlink TV availability

Suddenlink has four TV packages that include a deep selection of basic and premium cable networks.

Suddenlink’s entry-level Core package ($58/mo. for the first year) comes with networks like ESPN and TNT. On its higher-end plans, you’ll get additional basic and premium cable channels such as BBC America, CMT, and HBO.

We break down the provider’s complete TV options in our Suddenlink TV review.

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Suddenlink bundle availability

When you bundle Suddenlink TV, internet, or phone service, you can save up to $40 per month during your first year of service. Suddenlink’s TV and Internet bundles have larger discounts compared to providers like Spectrum.

Check out our complete Suddenlink bundle breakdown to learn more about Suddenlink’s TV and internet options.

Final take

Suddenlink’s TV and internet packages are surprisingly affordable for a mid-sized provider. Although its customer service has room for improvement, it’s worth considering its plans if your town gets Suddenlink coverage.

Suddenlink availability FAQ

Is Suddenlink available in rural areas?

Suddenlink has some rural coverage, but like with most internet and TV providers, its availability grows spottier the farther away you get from a major city.

Check out our guide to the best rural internet providers, and type in your zip code below to confirm if Suddenlink is available in your town.

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How does Suddenlink provide service?

Suddenlink uses its cable and fiber internet network to provide internet, TV, and phone service to customers.

Where does Suddenlink serve?

Suddenlink has service in 17 states:

  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Idaho
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Nevada
  • New Mexico
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Texas
  • Virginia
  • West Virginia
Is Suddenlink satellite or cable?

Suddenlink is a cable internet provider.