Altice N.V. and Altice USA Announce Pricing of Altice USA’s Initial Public Offering

June 21, 2017 — NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Altice N.V. (ATC, ATCB, “Altice”), a global convergent leader in telecoms, content and advertising, and Altice USA, Inc. (“Altice USA”), Altice’s U.S. subsidiary, announce today that Altice USA has priced its initial public offering of 63,943,029 shares of its...Learn More

Altice Announces New Global Strategy: One Group, One Brand

New York, New York — May 23, 2017 –Altice NV (Euronext: ATC, ATCB) today announces a new unified global strategy, representing a new step in the Group’s evolution to strengthen its industrial and operational platform. This follows Altice’s transformation into a leading transatlantic telecoms, content...Learn More

Altice Provides Fiber Connectivity to New Jersey Schools

New York – April 27, 2017 – Altice USA announces today that its Lightpath division has connected an additional 47 New Jersey schools and school districts to its 100 percent fiber network for high-speed broadband services. This effort is through the company’s participation in a...Learn More

2016: A Big Year for Telecom M&A

The past year was a big one for telecom M&A. Telecompetitor covered more than two dozen mergers and acquisitions in 2016 and they involved numerous facets of the industry. Here’s a summary of key trends and how they are reshaping the communications service provider playing...Learn More

Altice Low-Income Broadband Service Launched

Altice USA  announced that its new, low-cost Optimum residential broadband Internet service is now available to qualifying low-income users in pilot test areas in the New York-New Jersey-Connecticut metropolitan area. Dubbed Economy Internet, Altice low-income broadband packages start at $14.99 per month and feature broadband...Learn More

Breaking with DOCSIS 3.1 Cablecos, Altice FTTH Plans Include Path to 10 Gbps

While some of the largest U.S. cable companies are looking primarily to DOCSIS 3.1 to support gigabit broadband deployments, Altice USA has opted instead to deploy fiber-to-the-home, which it says will support speeds up to 10 Gbps. A five-year Altice FTTH rollout plan announced today...Learn More

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