Suddenlink names Alexandria and Pineville, Louisiana, as its brand new 1 Gig cities

Altice America is extending its 1 Gbps internet carrier to Suddenlink clients in Alexandria and Pineville, Louisiana, marking the next step within the cable MSO’s broader Operation GigaSpeed initiative in its Suddenlink vicinity.

While residential offerings are a key consciousness, Suddenlink plans to offer the 1 Gbps provider to neighborhood companies. Much like different markets where it presently operates, the service issuer may even offer its custom designed offerings which might be able to multi-Gigabit speeds.

Besides presenting 1 Gbps service, Suddenlink is also increasing the velocity of existing internet clients. Specially, clients that currently subscribe to a 75 and a hundred Mbps speed had been moved to 100 and 200 Mbps, respectively, at no introduced rate.

With these adjustments, the usual Suddenlink residential internet download speeds in Alexandria and Pineville are now up to 50, one hundred and 2 hundred Mbps, in conjunction with the new 1 Gbps carrier.

In Louisiana, Suddenlink 1 Gbps net offerings are actually available in Lake Charles, Sulphur, Bossier Town and nearby communities, as well as Alexandria and Pineville.
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Lousiana is simply one state where Suddenlink is actively expanding its 1 Gbps presence leveraging DOCSIS 3.1 community infrastructure.

In advance this year, Suddenlink’s discern Altice said it plans to carry 1 Gbps service to 250 communities inside the Suddenlink territories, furthering the work that the nearby MSO started prior to its acquisition by the european cable operator last May. The growth would allow it to attain over 60 percent of its internet subscribers.

 

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Throughout 2017, Altice plans to keep rolling out GigaSpeed 1 Gbps service, rounding out the almost area-billion greenback investment it has made on this software.

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