Suddenlink Uncaps Internet Plans

Suddenlink has introduced unlimited data plans for customers using its fastest high-speed Internet services. The unlimited data plans are ...

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Suddenlink_LogoSuddenlink_LogoSuddenlink has introduced unlimited data plans for customers using its fastest high-speed Internet services. The unlimited data plans are available to customers who subscribe to Internet services that, generally, are the two fastest services Suddenlink offers in any given community.

In most Suddenlink markets, the top speeds currently offered are 100 and 150 Mbps; 200 and 400 Mbps; or 200 Mbps and 1 Gbps.

New subscribers to these services and existing customers who elect to get an upgrade will automatically be enrolled in an unlimited plan at no extra charge the first year, an added $5 a month after 12 months, and an added $10 a month after 24 months. Customers currently subscribing to Suddenlink's fastest local services may choose to retain their existing usage-based plans or upgrade to an unlimited plan.

Following its recent acquisition of Suddenlink, Altice USA (Euronext:ATC) reconfirmed its commitment to Operation GigaSpeed and earlier this year confirmed plans to have 1 Gbps service available by the end of 2016 in more than 250 Suddenlink markets representing more than 60% of the company's high-speed Internet customers. By year's end, more than 70% of Suddenlink Internet customers are expected to have access to speeds of 400 Mbps or greater.

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