Excellent prices for high-speed plans, but beware of data caps.
About Suddenlink internet
Suddenlink internet plans match our 2019 high-speed standards at low prices that made us say, “Wait, they’re going how low?”
If you don’t use a lot of devices in your home, the base package Internet 100 makes buffering a distant memory. And the largest package, Internet 1 Gig, is great for big families who want to download movies in less time than it takes to microwave their pizza rolls.
Suddenlink loses some cool-kid points for its monthly data caps, though. Internet 100 and Internet 200 have 250 GB and 350 GB data allowances respectively.
That won’t be a problem for everyone, but our gamer friends should pick Suddenlink’s unlimited internet plans like Internet 400 or Internet 1 Gig. Otherwise, downloading patches and new games puts you at risk of paying $10 for every 50 GB you go over your limit.
Our recommended package
If you’re worried about going over a data cap, jump straight to this package. But Internet 400 has more than unlimited data going for it.
With its high speeds, you can work all your smart home gadgets and host dozens 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. Or if you upload large files on the reg, upgrade to Internet 1 Gig—your Twitch streams will look gorgeous.
Perks, cool stuff, and internet deals
Suddenlink’s fast speeds and low prices are attractive enough by themselves. But if you’re interested in more flare, the Altice One is just what you’re looking for.
The Altice One is your Suddenlink Wi-Fi solution. You can rent this modem/router device for $10 per month.
If you have a big home and you’re worried about getting signal throughout, check out the Altice One Mini. It can extend your Wi-Fi reach further, which is perfect for getting signal in the far-off corners of your house.
We’re impressed that the Altice One also works as a TV box, DVR, and streaming device. So if you’re bundling with TV, you won’t have to worry about finding a place for extra equipment.
Pros and cons of Suddenlink internet
- Download speeds up to 1,000 Mbps
- Competitive pricing
- Unlimited data packages available
- 30-day money-back guarantee
- No contracts
- Data caps as low as 250 GB/mo.
- $10 charge for every 50 GB over limit
FAQ of Suddenlink internet
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 1,000 Mbps in its Internet 1 Gig package for $84.99 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.