ST. LOUIS (Nov. 2, 2015) – Suddenlink’s up to 1 Gigabit Internet service rollouts continued in October with launches in Jonesboro and Pocahontas, Ark.; Bossier City, La.; and Tyler, Victoria and Georgetown, Texas. (In the Georgetown area, the up to 1 Gig service is also available in nearby Pflugerville, Leander, and Jarrell.)
As has been the case in prior 1 Gig launches, Suddenlink also increased certain other residential Internet speeds at no additional cost to customers. With each 1 Gigabit launch, residential high-speed Internet customers with current download speeds up to 75 and 100 Megabits per second (Mbps) have been moved to services with download speeds up to 100 and 200 Mbps, respectively, at no added charge. Suddenlink’s standard residential Internet download speeds in these communities are now up to 50, 100, and 200 Mbps, along with the now available up to 1 Gig service.
Local business owners also have access to Suddenlink’s 1 Gig service, along with customized services that Suddenlink has offered for many years that are capable of multi-Gigabit speeds.
To date, Suddenlink has launched an up to 1 Gigabit service in the following 24 areas and a number of nearby communities.
- Missouri: Nixa
- North Carolina: Greenville, Rocky Mount
- Texas: Bryan, College Station
- Arkansas: Russellville
- Oklahoma: Stillwater
- Texas: Andrews, Big Spring, Huntsville, Kingwood, Lubbock, Midland
- Arizona: Flagstaff
- Arkansas: Jonesboro, Pocahontas
- Louisiana: Bossier City
- Oklahoma: Enid
- Texas: Abilene, Georgetown, Lufkin, Terrell, Tyler, Victoria