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Suddenlink availability and coverage map

Suddenlink internet, TV and home phone plans are available in over 1,500 cities across the U.S. Find out where you can find service and what’s available based on your location.

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Suddenlink availability at a glance

Suddenlink internet, TV and home phone services are available to over 6.5 million customers in 20 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.

Additional service areas include North Carolina, Louisiana, Missouri, Texas and Oklahoma.

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Suddenlink gig cities

Suddenlink TV availability

Is Suddenlink internet available in my area?

Suddenlink internet plans are available at 100, 300, 400 and 940 Mbps plans depending on where you’re located. Look at the coverage map to see if you’re in a Suddenlink serviceable area. 

Suddenlink gig cities

Suddenlink offers speeds up to 1 Gbps or 1,000 Mbps in select cities like Amarillo, TX, Tarboro, NC and Monett, MO, for prices starting around $84.99/mo.* With gig speeds, you can browse, stream and game with unlimited users and devices. Call now to ask an expert if you’re eligible for Suddenlink gig speeds. 

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Suddenlink TV availability

Suddenlink TV service is usually available where Suddenlink home services are offered. Suddenlink TV plans start at $54.99 for 22+ channels. Plans also include access to the Altice One app where you can stream on-demand titles on-the-go. 

Altice Mobile

Altice Mobile is available to Suddenlink and Optimum customers for a discounted monthly price of $30/mo.* per line. You’ll 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 ($40/mo.*).


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Suddenlink availability frequently asked questions

What states does Suddenlink cover?

Suddenlink internet, TV and home phone services are available in Arizona, Arkansas, California, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas and West Virginia. 

How much does Suddenlink internet cost?

Suddenlink internet prices start at $34.99/mo. for speeds up to 100 Mbps. For more information on faster speed tiers, call Allconnect today. 

Does Suddenlink check credit for internet?

Yes. Upon starting your Suddenlink internet plan, you’ll agree to a “Right To Make Credit Inquiries” statement in your agreement. This acknowledges and agrees to the provider’s right to verify your credit standing by completing a credit check.

Does Suddenlink offer cable?

Yes. Suddenlink delivers cable internet and TV to serviceable areas. 

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