Suddenlink Availability In Your Area
Suddenlink is a high-speed Internet, television and home phone provider in the United States. Suddenlink serves around 1.4 million customers. Customers can find Suddenlink availability in the following states:
|Mississippi||Missouri||New Mexico||North Carolina|
Suddenlink is only available to homeowners living within the local cable provider's predetermined networks. Local cable providers cannot offer service to any customers who live outside these boundaries.
This means that homeowners in rural areas are often unable to subscribe to cable Internet service. Fortunately, satellite Internet providers are available anywhere throughout the United States. As long as you have a clear view of the southern sky, you can get satellite Internet for your home.
Other Cable Providers
Is Suddenlink cable Internet not in your area? Choose your local provider below and learn why you should cut cable Internet.
|Charter||Time Warner Cable||Windstream|
Researching local cable providers in your area
Before selecting an Internet provider for your home, you should research the local cable companies in your area. You should also spend some time researching the alternatives to cable, such as DSL and satellite Internet providers.
In order to get the best deal for your dollar, you should also spend some time comparing bundle prices in your area. Some companies allow customers to bundle home services for one monthly price. Like many other local cable providers, Suddenlink allows customers to bundle Internet, home phone and TV service into one monthly plan.
How to compare local cable companies with other providers
We can help you learn more about the pros and cons of subscribing to a cable provider. If you end up deciding that cable is not your best option, you can research other options in your area, including satellite Internet and DSL providers.
When researching other Internet providers, you should consider the following important factors:
- Internet speed: How much Internet speed does your family need? If you want to use your Internet connection to stream movies, videos or game online, you should pick an Internet plan with more speed. However, if you only use the Internet to check your email and surf the web, you can opt for a less expensive, slower Internet plan.
- Who will share your connection? Cable providers operate over a shared network. This means that users who subscribe to cable service can end up sharing their Internet connection with up to 500 of their neighbors. This can result in more wait time and less Internet speed for your home. On the other hand, DSL operates over a dedicated Internet connection. With DSL, you won't share your Internet connection with anyone else.
1Data collected on 08/27/2014 from http://www.suddenlink.com/our-company/areas-we-serve/