The large amplitude vibration and modal interactions of shallow suspended cable with three-to-three-to-one internal resonances are investigated. The quasistatic assumption and direct approach are used to obtain the condensed suspended cable model and the corresponding modulation equations for the case of primary resonance of the third symmetric in-plane or out-of-plane mode. The equilibrium, periodic, and chaotic solutions of the modulation equations are studied. Moreover, the nonplanar motion and symmetric character of out-of-plane vibration of the shallow suspended cables are investigated by means of numerical simulations. Finally, the role played by the quasistatic assumption, internal resonance, and static configuration in disrupting the symmetry of the out-of-plane vibration is discussed.