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You don' t have to be football poor.

  • You decided to get DIRECTV because of the football package. What you didn't know is that after a few months the rates would skyrocket. Now you're stuck in a two-year contract with termination fees up to $480.

    Switch to Suddenlink and for $59.99 you'll have your sports fix with channels like ESPN, Fox Sports, NBC Sports and the SEC Network. Plus you'll get superfast 20Mbps internet and reliable home phone service.

    Need more football? Add the Sports & Information Tier to your package and get even more sports including NFL RedZone.

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Don't be football poor. Call Suddenlink at 844-646-5508 or Chat Now to switch today.

For new residential customers only. Former Suddenlink accounts previously not in good standing or, who have disconnected service within the past 30 days are not eligible. Limited time offer. Service availability, equipment needed, speeds & pricing may vary. Standard Installation fee of $40 or Premium Installation fee of $60 applies, visit suddenlink.com/installation for details. Cable box at additional monthly charge will be required for each TV. HDTV & HD set top box or HD CableCard® required for HD Service. Not all VOD is free, check guide. Download/upload speeds are maximum speeds; they may vary & are not guaranteed. DOCSIS 3.0 modem or greater required. Internet includes monthly data plan. TiVo requires a broadband internet connection. Modem available for an additional charge. Offer subject to change. Other restrictions apply. New Customers must provide a copy of their satellite or competitor’s bill, active in the past 45 days, in the same name in order to qualify for the $59.99 price point. Advertised price is per month for the first 12 months. Price excludes taxes, fees, & surcharges, including a broadcast station surcharge. Offer subject to change. Other restrictions apply. ©Suddenlink Communications 2017.