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Review of Suddenlink Internet Service Provider

Updated on February 9, 2015

Suddenlink is one of the best internet service providers that provide services to the nearly 2 million people in the states like Louisiana, North Carolina and Texas. It sold name is cbridge and in 2007 the change their name to Suddenlink. They bought some new infrastructure to expand their services and to improve their quality.

Suddenlink is not so big company it mostly provides services to small cities and towns. Suddenlink provide free 10 email address, McAfee antivirus and 10GB some other areas it provides constant support to its customer and DSL service with very good speeds as its speed are not that good as compared to speeds offered by other big players but they are good for normal browsing and online gaming.


Suddenlink internet service provider provides decent top speeds and if you live in areas close to their servers you can expect speeds up to 105 mbps and upload speed up to 5mbps. Their speed does not remain constant and it changes depending on the number of people connected to the network.

So you can expect speed that is good enough for normal browsing. If you wan top speeds then you should opt for other network but if you are just normal in using internet that its speed is enough for you.


Suddenlink has another cool feature and that is called the Suddenlink2GO that is used to connect you to your favorite TV shows, this service comes free with the internet order. With Suddenlink2GO you can access TV, movies and other videos that you love but only from the United States.

When we want to take about the customer support then there is lot of options that you can utilize to contact the company for the support. You can sue telephone, email to reach them. In addition to these services you can use their website to view the online articles in their help center to resolve common issues.

Now I am going to post some user review that I got when I talk with some of the peoples that had sued the suddenlink service. These reviews are not looking good to me and almost all the customers are not very pleased with the company performance but as I said earlier that it all depends on the location you are using their services.

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