Which internet providers offer Price for Life plans?

Ari Howard

Jan 16, 2021 — 2 min read

Never see your internet bill increase again.

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One of the best ways you can save money on your internet service in the long-term is by selecting a Price for Life plan. While most advertised prices for internet plans are promotional rates that will dramatically increase after the first three to 12 months (even if you have a two-year contract), a Price for Life plan means you will be paying the same price for internet for as long as you stay with that select plan. 

Price for Life plans

Some providers offer this on all of their internet plans, and other providers offer it for just a select few, usually their most or least expensive plans. Find out which providers offer Price for Life and discover which are some of the best plans out there.

CenturyLink: Speeds up to 100 Mbps qualify for Price for Life

CenturyLink’s Price for Life guarantee applies to its DSL internet plan and not to its fiber optic gigabit plan. Although CenturyLink’s DSL plans range from 20 Mbps to 100 Mbps, these speeds all cost the same price as CenturyLink will provide the fastest speeds available to you in your area. 

  • Cost: $49/mo. for up to 100 Mbps 

Frontier: Price for Life on select DSL internet plans 

Frontier’s Price for Life plan is available for its lowest tier DSL internet plan. Fiber optic plans are not included, but they are available for month-to-month contracts so you can leave Frontier whenever you like. 

  • Cost: $37.99/mo. for up to 9 Mbps 

Starry: Price for Life on all plans for a limited time 

Starry is a fixed wireless internet provider offering inexpensive, high-speed internet. Starry is currently only available in condos and apartments in select cities. Not only is Starry guaranteeing Price for Life for customers who sign up now, but Starry also guarantees no hidden fees. The price advertised is actually the price you’ll pay (including tax)!

  • Cost: $30 for 100 Mbps 
  • Cost: $50 for 200 Mbps  

T-Mobile Home Internet: Price for Life on T-Mobile’s $50/mo. plan

T-Mobile Home Internet is another fixed wireless internet service that is guaranteeing no price hikes. T-Mobile offers one plan, and this plan includes no annual contracts, no data caps and no hidden fees. T-Mobile Home Internet is still in its beta phase and plans to provide 5G home internet in the coming years, which will significantly increase its speeds.

  • Cost: $50 for up to 47 Mbps 

Which Price for Life plan should you choose? Starry is best for most households

Both of Starry’s internet plans are likely the best Price for Life deals currently available. However, if Starry isn’t available to you, then CenturyLink is the next best option for an inexpensive plan. 

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Ari Howard

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Ari Howard

Associate Writer, Broadband & Wireless Content

Ari is an Associate Writer for the Allconnect team, focusing on broadband and wireless news, as well as broadband and TV provider deals. She recently graduated from Davidson College with a bachelor’s degree in… Read more

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Shannon Ullman

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