ESPN360 Now Free to Suddenlink ‘Net Customers


Suddenlink and ESPN have reached an agreement giving Suddenlink’s high-speed Internet customers free access to — the 24/7 broadband sports network that offers more than 3,500 live, global sports events annually.

Suddenlink Internet customers can access for no charge from any computer connected to Suddenlink Internet service. They can also access from the home page.

If Suddenlink Internet customers wish to access when they are away from home or out of town, they must complete an initial, no-charge registration at and do so while they’re on a computer connected to Suddenlink Internet service. After that initial registration at (again, from a computer connected to Suddenlink service) customers will have a validated username and password they can use to access anywhere, at any time, for no charge. features live online sports coverage from a broad array of global events including, but not limited to …

    Basketball: NBA, WNBA, Euroleague, FIBA, NCAA (Men’s and Women’s)

    Football: NCAA College Football, AFL

    Global Soccer: FIFA World Cup events and global qualifiers, Confederations Cup, Football League (UK), Carling Cup (UK), La Liga (Spain), Italian Serie A, Portuguese Liga Sagres, MLS, US National team, international “friendlies” and more

    Global Baseball: MLB, World Baseball Classic, College World Series, Little League World Series;

    Tennis: multi-court coverage of all four “grand slam” events and select other tennis events;

    Golf: extensive coverage of the US Open, The Masters, The Open Championship and more;

    Lacrosse: Major League Lacrosse, NCAA College Lacrosse;

    Misc. Sports: X Games and Winter X Games, NCAA Hockey and Softball, Open-wheel Racing, Professional Racquetball, International Polo and more.

Through a sleek, simple video player accessible via, the service gives consumers control over their broadband sports viewing experience — providing reliable, high-quality video and the ability to pause, rewind and fast-forward live events. With the ability to deliver up to 15 simultaneous live events, fans are able to toggle between events in a main viewing window, and with a single click, jump to another event. Video can be viewed in widescreen (16:9) and normal (4:3) views and can be expanded to full screen or reduced to a compact size. Recently completed events are archived and available for on-demand replay. A download speed of 450 kilobits per second (Kbps) or greater is required to fully enjoy features and content.


    • SFYI Editor says

      Mike — I’m not sure; first time I’ve heard of anyone having this problem. If you’ll email me (pete-DOT-abel-AT-suddenlink-DOT-com) — with the name on the account — I’ll try to get you connected with someone who can help.

  1. Eddie says

    This is great news for suddenlink customers in Eastern Kentucky who are Kentucky fans. If a game is on Fox Sports South (a channel not on the cable lineup) we can watch it on the internet.
    Thanks Suddenlink.

    • SFYI Editor says

      Jim — I emailed you yesterday and asked for the name on you account. We can’t diagnose and fix the problem in this forum. Please contact me at pete-DOT-abel-AT-suddenlink-DOT-com. Thanks.