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Altice Deploys Gigabit Broadband in Arkansas, Missouri, and Texas

Phillip Dampier July 19, 2017 Altice NV, Broadband Speed, Consumer News, Suddenlink 1 Comment

Altice’s Suddenlink Communications has announced gigabit service for its customers in Batesville and El Dorado, Ark., Maryville, Mo., and Conroe, Tex.

“Today’s announcement is the next step in Altice USA’s Operation GigaSpeed initiative to provide gigabit broadband service to our Suddenlink customers,” said Hakim Boubazine, co-president and chief operating officer of Altice USA, in a statement.

Altice will continue to use DOCSIS 3.0 technology for most of its Suddenlink customers instead of adopting DOCSIS 3.1 in the near future. Because Suddenlink systems are all-digital, Altice is using a significant amount of its available cable bandwidth for broadband services. Customers who don’t want to pay for 1,000Mbps can also choose from 100 and 200Mbps plans, up from 75 and 100Mbps respectively.

These communities bring the number of GigaSpeed enabled cities in Suddenlink territory to 45. Here are the others, below the break:

Gigabit Cities

Abilene, TX
Alexandria, LA
Amarillo, TX
Andrews, TX
Big Spring, TX
Bossier City, LA
Bryan, TX
Clovis, NM
College Station, TX
DeRidder, LA
Enid, OK
Flagstaff, AZ
Georgetown, TX
Greenville, MS
Greenville, NC
Huntsville, TX
Jonesboro, AR
Kingman, AZ
Kingwood, TX
Lake Charles, LA
Lake Havasu City, AZ
Lubbock, TX
Lufkin, TX
Marietta, OH
Mammoth Lakes, CA
Midland, TX
Muskogee, OK
Nixa, MO
New Bern, NC
Ozark, MO
Parkersburg, WV
Plainview, TX
Pocahontas, AR
Rocky Mount, NC
Russellville, AR
San Angelo, TX
St. Joseph, MO
Stillwater, OK
Terrell, TX
Tyler, TX
Victoria, TX

Currently there is 1 comment on this Article:

  1. Dale says:

    In our area suddenlink just downgraded the 200mbps from unlimited data to a 350gb data cap. I don’t know if this is only for new customers or existing as well. I subscribed to the 200mbps unlimited data plan a few months ago. In account it shows we are now on the 350gb per month plan yet the month data allowance still says we are still on unlimited.







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