Kick off your summer with great prices on standalone and bundle plans from Spectrum. Caught in a bad contract? Learn how Spectrum can get you out of your existing contract and more how Spectrum assists communities nationwide.
New Spectrum offers
Save on Spectrum TV when bundled
Enjoy the most free HD available anywhere with Spectrum TV for only $29.99/mo. when you bundle with another Spectrum service.
With over 200 HD channels, 10,000 On Demand choices and TV on-the-go with the Spectrum TV App, this is a great deal for households with sports and entertainment fans. Plus, you’ll get to add another great Spectrum home service for a discounted price.
Leave your contract with the Spectrum Contract Buyout
Stuck in a contract with another provider? Spectrum will pay off your old provider’s early termination fees up to $500. And with Spectrum, there are no contracts or hidden fees. Find out how to get out of your contract and start your service with Spectrum here.
Get affordable internet with Spectrum Internet™ Assist
If a member of your household is a recipient of The National School Lunch Program (NSLP), Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) of the NSLP or the Supplemental Security Income, you may qualify for high-speed internet at a discounted price.
Eligible households can receive 30 Mbps internet speeds with no data caps, a free internet modem and Wi-Fi for an additional $5 a month. Find out if the program is available in your area when you enter your information here.
Featured Spectrum deals for July 2018
Special offer: Starting at $14.99/mo.* Spectrum Internet
For a limited time, you can get high-speed Spectrum Internet for 1 year at the guaranteed price of $14.99/mo. Depending on your service area, speeds could start at 30 Mbps, which is enough bandwidth for streaming movies, music and gaming on multiple devices.
Your internet service includes free Security Suite software for antivirus and internet protection. You can also enjoy a free Wi-Fi modem, no data caps and no added fees.
Spectrum’s Most Popular Triple Play: Starting at $95/mo.* Triple Play Silver
The Triple Play Silver plan offers high-speed internet, home phone and cable TV with more than 175 channels, premium networks, free HD and DVR service. Internet speeds will typically start at 30 Mbps, and you’ll enjoy unlimited calling and up to 28 calling features. The Silver bundle is ideal for a busy household with 3-5 internet users and includes a diverse channel lineup.
*Pricing per month plus taxes for length of contract. Additional fees and terms may apply. Pricing varies by location and availability. All prices subject to change at any time. May or may not be available based on service address. Speeds may vary. As of 7/6/18.
Spectrum community impact
Learn how to donate or volunteer with Spectrum Housing Assist
Spectrum Housing Assist works to offer critical home repairs across the country. By collaborating with volunteers, Spectrum employees and nonprofit organizations like the Red Cross, Spectrum has repaired 19,431 homes. Their goal is to improve 50,00 homes by the year 2020. Learn how you can join 4,869 volunteers or donate to keep families in their homes here.
What the latest offers & deals mean for Spectrum customers
Current and future Spectrum deals
Although Spectrum offers standalone and Double Play plans, the most popular offer is the Triple Play Silver bundle which includes internet, TV and home phone.
You’ll pay less for each service in a bundle than you would separately, since you can usually add an additional Spectrum service for only $30 more. This makes a case for why bundling your services with Spectrum is the best way to get the most for your money.
Spectrum’s Contract Buyout Offer
An offer like this a great opportunity for someone that’s stuck in contract with a provider that’s not living up to the hype. It’s also a sign that there may be a trend towards no contract plans as larger providers like Spectrum threaten to buyout those contracts and offer better service without one.
The ability to get service without strings attached is also a big benefit with streaming services, which have started to eclipse traditional TV service in recent years.