Suddenlink in Arkansas

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Last Updated: Oct. 30, 2015

Downtown Jonesboro, Ark.

Suddenlink offers television, Internet, phone, home security and other services to approximately 110,000 customer households in Arkansas, as well as approximately 8,100 business customers.


Suddenlink serves cities and towns throughout Arkansas, including but not limited to: Jonesboro, Russellville, Mountain Home, Cabot, El Dorado, Batesville, Helena-West Helena, Pocahontas, Hot Springs Village, Arkadelphia, Heber Springs, Newport, Malvern and Magnolia.


Suddenlink expects to invest approximately $30 million this year in Arkansas, and by the end of the year will have invested approximately $230 million in the state since 2006.

In 2011, the company completed a 162-mile fiber-optic network in the state. This network is connected to the company’s national network and helps make its services in Arkansas more reliable and less dependent on other carriers.

In recent years, Suddenlink has rolled out increasingly faster Internet services in Arkansas, with download speeds up to 1 Gigabit per second (Gbps) in some areas. It also has increased the number of available HD channels and expanded the availability of video on demand (VOD), wireless home networking (WiFi@Home), TV Caller ID, TiVo® HD/DVR, Any-Room DVR, and a home security service. The company has also introduced new state-of-the-art retail centers in several Arkansas locations.


We proudly provide cash and/or in-kind support to events, organizations, and causes within and beyond our Arkansas service areas, including: eCycling and online safety programs; the American Cancer Society; American Red Cross; Northeast Arkansas Children’s Advocacy Center; Boys & Girls Clubs in several Arkansas communities; and the Johnny Cash Music Fest and Boyhood Home Restoration Project.  Suddenlink also provides ongoing support for Arkansas State University academic, cultural and sports programs, as well as college scholarships for high school students.