New Launches: Suddenlink VOD, 20 Meg Internet

Tomorrow, Suddenlink TV customers in Mount Pleasant, Mount Vernon, Pittsburg, and Winfield, Texas, will be the most recent to gain access to the company’s video-on-demand (VOD) service.

Meanwhile, Suddenlink’s residential Internet customers in Georgetown, Leander, and Pflugerville, Texas, now have the opportunity to experience 20 megabit-per-second (Mbps) download speeds, like their counterparts in Lubbock and Midland, Texas. Suddenlink’s 20 Mbps service is the fastest download speed available in these communities.

Future expansions of VOD and 20 Mbps Internet service will be announced as they are confirmed.

Comments

    • SFYI Editor says

      For competitive reasons, we can’t provide a schedule at this time, but we will make local announcements as they are confirmed. Thanks for your interest.

  1. K.R says

    Any time frame of when VoD will be coming to Oklahoma? Cushing Oklahoma just received the new guide.. iGuide I think.

    Any special reasons for this iGuide software?

    • SFYI Editor says

      The new guide will eventually support VOD and other advanced services (e.g., TV Caller ID). For competitive reasons, I can’t “pre-announce” VOD timing for your area, but promise local announcement will be made when VOD launch there is confirmed.

    • SFYI Editor says

      Ryan — For competitive reasons, we can’t discuss specifics, but yes, we are actively working on the logistics of DOCSIS 3.0 deployments, in stages.