Suddenlink Internet Plans and Pricing

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Price: Starting at $29.99/mo.

Internet Speeds: 100 Mbps–940 Mbps

Deal: $100 contract buyout when you switch

Our recommended plans Price Download speeds up to Standout features Details
Internet 300 $29.99/mo. for 12 mos. 300 Mbps
  • 10 Mbps upload speed

  • Unlimited data
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    Data is as of time of post. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

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    Are Suddenlink internet plans good?

    Suddenlink internet is a great option if you want fast download speeds at competitive prices. All Suddenlink internet plans now come with unlimited data, so you won’t have to worry about extra fees from data caps. But watch out for Suddenlink’s slow upload speeds, which could make your video calls choppy.

    Suddenlink’s Internet 100 plan is a good option for homes with one or two folks who like to stream in HD, but we recommend the faster Internet 300 for families with smart home devices and 4K streaming needs.

    Pros and cons of Suddenlink internet

    Pros

    • Download speeds up to 940 Mbps
    • Competitive pricing
    • Unlimited data
    • 30-day money-back guarantee
    • No contracts

    Cons

    • Poor upload speeds

    Our recommended Suddenlink internet package

    Internet 300
    • $29.99/mo. for 12 mos.
    • 300 Mbps download speed
    • 10 Mbps upload speed
    • Unlimited data
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    With Internet 300’s high speeds, you can work all your smart home gadgets and host a bunch of internet-surfing friends at the same time—and all without noticing the tiniest bit of buffering.

    But if price is your biggest concern, Internet 100 is still a great choice—although it’s a better fit for smaller households. Or if you upload large files on the reg, upgrade to Internet 1 Gig—it’s 35 Mbps upload speed is pretty puny, but unfortunately, it’s the best Suddenlink’s got.

    Suddenlink internet package summary

    Package Introductory price* Download speeds up to Upload speeds up to
    Internet 100 $29.99/mo. 100 Mbps 5 Mbps View plan
    Internet 300 $29.99/mo. 300 Mbps 10 Mbps View plan
    Internet 500 $39.99/mo. 500 Mbps 20 Mbps View plan
    Internet 1 Gig $49.99/mo. 940 Mbps 35 Mbps View plan

    * For the first 12 months.

    Suddenlink internet add-ons

    Suddenlink’s fast speeds and low prices are attractive enough by themselves. But if you’re interested in more flare, the Altice Gateway 6 is just what you’re looking for.

    Suddenlink internet equipment

    The Altice Gateway 6 with Smart WiFi 6 is your Suddenlink Wi-Fi solution. You can rent this modem/router device for $10 per month.

    The Altice Gateway 6 uses the latest 802.11ax Wi-Fi technology, which is about three times faster than the previous Wi-Fi generation. You’ll get a stronger, wide-reaching connection than you would with older internet equipment. Check out our full review to learn more.

    Suddenlink internet deals

    Because of the spread of the coronavirus, Suddenlink is currently offering free internet for 60 days for students and homes with students. Basically, you must be a new customer and live in a Suddenlink service area to qualify. Call 888-633-0030 today to set up service.

    Suddenlink vs. AT&T internet

    One of Suddenlink’s biggest competitors is AT&T. The two companies cross over in multiple states, including Texas, California, and Arkansas.

    When you compare the two, keep in mind that AT&T offers two different types of internet service: fiber and DSL. If you’re in an AT&T Fiber area, AT&T’s internet plans usually cost less, have faster upload speeds, and offer a more reliable connection. But DSL tends to be less reliable and slower than Suddenlink’s cable internet.

    We think you’ll prefer AT&T Fiber service over Suddenlink internet, thanks to AT&T’s fast internet speeds, unlimited data, and high customer satisfaction. But if only AT&T DSL is available in your area, Suddenlink’s fast speeds are likely the better option.

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    Suddenlink vs. Frontier internet

    Suddenlink and Frontier compete to be your favorite provider in Texas, West Virginia, and several other states. Frontier Fiber plans cost about the same as Suddenlink’s cable internet plans, but Frontier’s unlimited data, included router, and faster upload speeds make it the better deal.

    But, like AT&T, Frontier also has a large DSL network—and it’s just the pits. Even though Frontier’s DSL plans also have unlimited data, they’re overpriced for the speeds you’ll get. Stick to Suddenlink if DSL is the only Frontier option in your area.

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    Final take

    Suddenlink doesn’t offer the fast upload speeds you’ll find from fiber internet competitors like AT&T Fiber and Frontier Fiber, but it still has zippy upload speeds. We like Suddenlink’s affordable pricing and recent switch to offering unlimited data on all its internet services.

    Methodology

    Our experts have followed Suddenlink’s internet service for years, and we’ve logged hundreds of hours comparing it with other internet providers. We rate internet providers based on bang for your buck, reliability, features, and customer satisfaction. For more information on our process, read our “How We Rank” guide.

    Suddenlink internet FAQ

    What’s the fastest internet speed?

    The fastest home internet in the US is 2,000 Mbps, offered in Xfinity’s Gigabit Pro package for $299.95 per month. Suddenlink offers up to 940 Mbps in its Internet 1 Gig package for $49.99 per month.

    Where can I get internet service?

    The Suddenlink service area includes Texas, Kansas, California, North Carolina, Arkansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Iowa, Louisiana, West Virginia, Missouri, Mississippi, Nevada, and Ohio. Not sure if it’s in your town? We’ve got a tool to help you figure out if Suddenlink offers service in your specific ZIP code.

    What internet options do I have?

    Most areas in the US have multiple internet options. We can help you find all your potential internet providers.

    What internet can I get at my house?

    Individual providers can tell you if they provide service to your address, but we can help you find all the options near you with just a ZIP code.

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