MAX 107 service was first launched in the Georgetown, Pflugerville and Leander, Texas, area. Subsequently, MAX 107.0 was introduced in Tyler, Whitehouse, Amarillo, Tulia, Lubbock, Post, Shallowater, and Wolfforth, Texas, and in Gallia, Meigs (Ohio), Mason and Jackson (West Virginia) counties. Later, the service was rolled out in Midland, Texas, Bossier City (including Barksdale Air Force Base), Haughton, Lake Charles and Sulphur, La., Nixa and Ozark, Mo., Conroe and Lake Conroe, Texas, Bryan-College Station, Texas, in several West Virginia counties, including the majority of Boone, Cabell, Putnam and Kanawha counties, plus Jackson, Pleasants, Wetzel, Wirt, Washington and Wood counties, and in Rocky Mount, N.C.
In both areas, we’ve also added a High-Speed Internet 30.0 service, with a download speed up to 30 Mbps.
Since spring of 2010, MAX 50.0 service has been made available to residential customers in the following Suddenlink-served communities:
Arizona: Bullhead City, Kingman, Lake Havasu City, Parker, Payson
Arkansas: Jonesboro, Pocahontas
California: Auburn, Humboldt County, Truckee
Louisiana: Alexandria, Bossier City (including Barksdale Air Force Base), Haughton, Lake Charles, Natchitoches, Pineville, Sulphur
Missouri: Branson, Nixa, St. Joseph
North Carolina: Enfield, Halifax County, Kinston, New Bern, Scotland Neck, Tarboro
Texas: Abilene, Athens, Balch Springs, Lufkin, Fate, Forney, Gladewater, Grand Saline, Heath, Hideaway Lake, Lindale, McClendon-Chisholm, Mineola, Nacogdoches, Quitman, Rockwall, Royse City, San Angelo, Seagoville, Talty, Terrell