Sparklight (formerly Cable One) provides internet service to states. The Arizona-based provider uses coaxial lines to bring fiber speeds to its customers at a lower cost than other providers. It has the most coverage in .
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Sparklight offers several plans at different download speeds. While the fastest option is on the expensive side at per month for 1 Gbps, the cheapest rate of per month is still fairly fast at 200 Mbps. While most plans have data caps, unlimited data is available with the Fiber Internet Gig plan.
|Plan Name||Download Speeds up to||Starting Price||Data Cap|
|Streamer and Gamer 200 Plus||200 Mbps||per month||700 GB|
|Fiber Internet 300||300 Mbps||$55 per month||700 GB|
|Fiber Internet 600||600 Mbps||$65 per month||1.2 TB|
|Turbo 300 Plus||300 Mbps||$80 per month||1.2 TB|
|Fiber Internet Gig||1 Gbps||$85 per month||Unlimited data|
|GigaOne Plus||1 Gbps||per month||1.5 TB|
With Sparklight’s multiple plan options with different download speeds and price points, you can choose the plan that’s right for you and your household. Although most of its plans don’t have unlimited data, Sparklight does offer generous data caps. Keep in mind that when you exceed the data limit, you’ll have to pay an overage fee — $10 for every 100 GB that you go beyond the monthly data allowance. The fee maxes out at $40, which means you won’t be able to use more than 400 GB past your data cap.
Another fee to consider is the activation fee, which costs $30. Despite all these internet fees, Sparklight doesn’t require you to sign a contract.
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Sparklight Internet Speeds
Sparklight offers cable and fiber internet connections with download speeds ranging from 200 Mbps to 1 Gbps. Cable internet is the most common because it uses preexisting coaxial cables, a system that was implemented to deliver sound and video for cable TV. Fiber internet is much faster and uses newer technology via light instead of electricity to transmit data. These new fiber-optic cables are more expensive to produce and install, which is why fiber internet plans cost more than cable ones.