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Starting at just $39/mo.* Sparklight (formerly Cable ONE) internet plans deliver reliable speeds without contracts and offer enough data to keep you and your entire home connected from month to month.

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Why choose Sparklight internet?

Sparklight is the ninth-largest cable provider in the country and is available in 19 states including Idaho, Arizona, Oklahoma and Mississippi. But what else makes Sparklight internet a good choice for you?

What we like

  • No contracts required
  • Speeds range from 100-1,000 Mbps
  • Modem lease includes up to two Wi-Fi extenders for whole-home coverage

Things to consider

  • All plans come with a data cap
  • You can upgrade to unlimited data for an additional $40/mo. 
  • Their cheapest plan goes up in price after six months

Find the Sparklight internet plan that’s right for you

Sparklight has several options based on usage needs and price preferences. There’s something for everyone.

Sparklight internet plans and pricing

Which Sparklight plan is the best for you?

  • Starter 100 Plus: Best for households with up to five devices, average web browsing and limited streaming. Data cap of 350GB/mo.
  • Streamer & Gamer 200 Plus: Best for up households with up to 10 devices who game and stream in HD. Data cap of 700GB/mo.
  • Turbo 300 Plus: Best for households with more than 10 devices or multiple simultaneous streaming and gaming activities. Data cap of 1,200GB/mo.
  • GigaONE Plus: Best for households with more than 10 devices and frequent binge-watching, gaming, streaming and video-chatting. Data cap of 1,500GB/mo.

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Sparklight contract, equipment and fees

Due to COVID-19, Sparklight is currently only offering self-installation on internet orders.

See how Sparklight compares to other providers

When shopping for an internet plan, it’s important to compare to other providers. See where Sparklight nets out with starting prices, speeds, data caps and contracts.

Cable ONE / Sparklight AT&T
Starting price at
$39/mo.* $35.00/mo.*
Internet Speeds
100 Mbps – 1,000 Mbps 5 Mbps – 940 Mbps
Data cap
Up to 1,200 GB 1 TB/mo. DSL, unlimited with AT&T Fiber
Contract
No contract required One year
Provider
Cable ONE / Sparklight
Starting price at
$39/mo.*
$35.00/mo.*
Internet Speeds
100 Mbps – 1,000 Mbps
5 Mbps – 940 Mbps
Data cap
Up to 1,200 GB
1 TB/mo. DSL, unlimited with AT&T Fiber
Contract
No contract required
One year

Sparklight internet FAQs

What type of internet is Sparklight?

Sparklight uses a combination of coaxial cable and fiber-optic lines to deliver the internet.

Does Sparklight offer unlimited data?

Yes. Any Plus Plan can be upgraded to unlimited data. However, after 5 TB of data usage, speed may be slowed for network management.

What modems are compatible with Sparklight?

To take advantage of Sparklight’s whole-home WiFi ONE service, you must lease your modem through Sparklight. Otherwise, you are able to use a DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem for most speeds. Find a full list of compatible modems here.

Can I install Sparklight internet myself?

Yes. Sparklight plans allow for self-installation as long as you have the modem that supports them. Be sure to confirm the type of modem you need when you place your order.

Sparklight internet FAQs

What type of internet is Sparklight?

Sparklight uses a combination of coaxial cable and fiber-optic lines to deliver the internet.

Yes. Any Plus Plan can be upgraded to unlimited data. However, after 5 TB of data usage, speed may be slowed for network management.

To take advantage of Sparklight’s whole-home WiFi ONE service, you must lease your modem through Sparklight. Otherwise, you are able to use a DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem for most speeds. Find a full list of compatible modems here.

Yes. Sparklight plans allow for self-installation as long as you have the modem that supports them. Be sure to confirm the type of modem you need when you place your order.

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