Suddenlink coverage map & availability

Suddenlink internet, TV and home phone plans are available in over 1,500 cities across the U.S. Find out if any of the Suddenlink locations are available to you.

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Suddenlink internet & TV availability map

Suddenlink internet, TV and home phone services are available to over 11 million customers in 17 U.S. states. You’ll find Suddenlink serviceable areas in over 1,500 cities in the Midwest, West and South, with their largest coverage area in West Virginia. Take a look at the Suddenlink internet coverage map below to see if you may be in a Suddenlink service area.


Suddenlink provides internet speeds from 100 to 940 Mbps, and has three internet plans to choose from, all without contracts. If you see your state on the Suddenlink coverage map above, then check providers by your address to see your specific plan and pricing options.

Suddenlink coverage at a glance

Available in 17 states

Internet, TV and mobile service

Internet speeds up to 940 Mbps


Is Suddenlink available in your area?

Suddenlink offers speeds up to 1 Gbps (940 Mbps) in select cities for $70/mo., but its cheapest internet plans start at just $30/mo. for 200 Mbps. If you’re in a Suddenlink coverage area with speeds up to 1,000 Mbps, you will have access to the fastest level of internet service that Suddenlink provides.

Where is Suddenlink Gig internet available?



Is Suddenlink internet available in my area?

Suddenlink internet plans are available at 100, 200, 400 and 940 Mbps plans depending on where you’re located. While it’s available in 15 states across the country, you’re most likely to find Suddenlink in West Virginia, where it’s one of the largest internet service providers in the state. It also has solid availability in eastern Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana — especially in smaller metro areas. 

Below is the full list of states where Suddenlink is currently available. Click on your state for more information about the internet options available near you.

What can you do with Suddenlink Gig internet?

  • Connect an unlimited number of devices
  • Stream and game in 4K or Ultra HD
  • Work from home, including downloading large files and video conferencing
  • Download at up to 1,000 Mbps and upload at up to 50 Mbps

Suddenlink TV availability

Suddenlink TV service is available where Suddenlink home internet services are offered. Suddenlink TV and internet bundle plans start at $40/mo. for 50+ channels, with up to 200 Mbps. 

What else can you get with Suddenlink TV coverage?

  • Access to the Altice One device (a sleek all-in-one modem, router and tv box)
  • Unlimited use of the Altice One app where you can stream on-demand titles on-the-go
  • Option of three TV plans with 200+ to 340+ channels 
  • Ability to record up to 15 shows at once

Call now: (844) 451-2720


Cellular coverage with Suddenlink through Altice Mobile

Interested in connecting your cellphone coverage with Suddenlink too? Altice Mobile is a cheap mobile solution that includes access to a nationwide network (using AT&T and Sprint networks) with 5G access. 

  • Available to Suddenlink and Optimum customers.
  • Plans starting as low as $14/mo. per line.
  • Get unlimited talk, text and data to use with your nationwide coverage. 

Bring your own device when you’re ready to switch to Altice and cancel anytime thanks to no-contract commitments. Plans are also available to non-Optimum and Suddenlink customers for additional costs (starting at $24/mo. per line*).


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Taylor Gadsden

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Taylor Gadsden

Writer, Broadband & Wireless Content

Taylor is a veteran member of the Allconnect content team and has spearheaded a number of projects, including a data piece on the top fiber cities in the U.S. and a troubleshooting guide on how to connect your p… Read more

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