Review by micah_675
Good "I haven't found any as of yet"
- Location: Clovis,Curry,NM
- Cost: $100 per month
Bad "Never works right, slow customer service, terrible tech support, the list goes on and on"
Overall "If you see they are the only provider in the area, and you are moving to that area, find a town that DOESN'T deal with them"
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First off I have had packet loss issues with Suddenlink for over a year. They fix it the next week it is back. I have had 4 modems, 2 routers, and 2 different locations in this one town. What is the common denominator after all my problems. Crappy service from Suddenlink. I have filed a better business bureau report against them. That was the only way I got a field tech out to my house. After they confirmed that the packet-loss issues were not caused in my home and were seen at the drop outside my house they went looking. After "replacing" and amp and re-balancing the lines I still had issues. My download speeds until I moved were NEVER consistent, I paid for the 20 meg server only to get consistently shafted with less than 5 meg connection and even that speed wasn't consistent. At night you might as well count on doing something else other than using the internet also. After moving to my second location in the same town, they "upgraded" my 20 meg service to 30 megs. Well after this my download speeds seemed to stay rather stable. I then realized that the same packet-loss and ping issues effected this home as well. I called and complained, which it took them 3 techs to finally send back out the manager. He looked and said yes it isn't inside your house, please give me some time to fix it. Well that has been over a month now, and I still do not have a reliable connection. If you can avoid this company like the plague. It is terrible and they will not ever fix their issues.
Here is a bit of proof of my issues.
Update: This will be my final addition to this review. This has been the worst experience I have ever had with internet. As you can see from my comments below I have had a total of 4 modems, 2 routers, and all issues persist with out without the router.
A suddenlink tech admitted another one of the local nodes in town was over-sold. They still have yet to fix it. As for my problems, when they replaced the drop the issues of packetloss and latency jumps subsided. The issues were seen on a known good modem from suddenlink and my own modem. I am so happy to be moving back to the Atlanta area where I will have a large number of choices for internet. Having one ISP per town asks for trouble.
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