Project Imagine Update

In late 2009, Suddenlink embarked on a three-year program – Project Imagine – which calls for approximately $350 million in investments, above and beyond traditional capital spending levels.

As of June 2011, those investments increased to 66 the average number of high-definition (HD) TV channels offered to customers, with several lineups featuring 90 or more channels. Video-on-Demand (VOD) service is offered to more than 78 percent of customers. Industry-leading DOCSIS 3.0 technology, which enables Internet download speeds of 20, 50, and more than 100 Megabits per second (Mbps) is available to 77 percent of customers.

As the investment program continues, more communities will receive new and enhanced services.

Comments

  1. HokieFan says

    I think it’s fantastic that Suddenlink is doing all of this, but makes me wonder as to why our Regional Sports Channels (Comcast Sports Mid-Atlantic and MASN) havne’t been added yet in HD along with CBS Sports Channel in HD as well.

    The area for which Suddenlink serves has a high Virginia Tech fanbase and would encourage Suddenlink to get the ball rolling and add these channels in HD as VT will be playing games that will be televised on all of these networks.