Sonic Fiber deals focus heavily on speed, typically offering a single plan at each address. Sonic Fiber plans usually include phone service, but are otherwise internet-only.
Sonic deals are widely preferred over Xfinity’s cable network and AT&T’s mixed copper/fiber network in the Bay Area. Aside from being a technically stronger network with faster speeds, Sonic is also a local company with better customer service ratings.
|Plan Name||Download||Upload||Promo Price||Final Price|
|Standard Fiber||10000 Mbps||10000 Mbps||$39.99/mo||$49.99|
|Fusion Fiber||10000 Mbps||10000 Mbps||$49.99/mo||$59.99|
Note that plans are marked down $10 as a new-customer promotion in the first year. Once the price goes up, customers pay a maximum of around $60 per month. For gigabit+ service, this is strong pricing compared with the local competition from Spectrum and AT&T.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does Sonic have unlimited internet?
Sonic Fiber internet service has no data caps, meaning there is no limit on how much data a customer can use. Throughput is not typically a limitation for Sonic customers, since the company offers 10 Gbps internet as a standard speed. 10 Gbps (10,000 Mbps) is approximately two times competing plans from Spectrum and AT&T in the Bay Area.
Does Sonic internet require a telephone?
Sonic still requires some customers to subscribe to telephone service, but only in part of their coverage area. The phone requirement only applies to customers on the Fusion plan. In most cases, the phone service and associated costs and fees can be removed after the first month of service.