Breezeline, which calls itself the eighth largest cable company in the U.S., has introduced a mobile service within in its video and broadband service footprint.

Breezeline Mobile initially is available in New Hampshire, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Virginia and other markets. It is bundled with Breezeline Internet and includes a “multi-service” discount of up to $10 per month.

The new service offers by-the-gigabit data plans and unlimited talk and text. Plans start at $12.50 per month for one gigabyte (GB) of data. Unlimited data plans start at $35 per month. There are no term contracts or cancellation fees. Plans can be customized and changed at any time.

Breezeline, a subsidiary of Cogeco Communications, was formerly named Atlantic Broadband. It calls itself the eighth largest cable operator in the United States.

Plans for the service were announced in March. Breezeline President Frank van der Post told Telecompetitor at the time that Breezeline Mobile will be an MVNO on AT&T’s network but that the service will be developed for Breezeline by the National Content & Technology Cooperative (NCTC).

“Breezeline customers now have a new, affordable way to connect with reliable mobile coverage, flexible plans and exclusive savings through a great bundled discount,” Heather McCallion, Breezeline’s vice president of new business and business transformation, said in today’s press release.

“In addition to offering a tremendous value, our customers can handpick the ideal plan for each line for a customized connected experience for each user.”

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