Three More Communities Get 1 Gig Service

Residential customers in Abilene, Texas, Enid, Okla., and Flagstaff, Ariz., can now get our new up to 1 Gigabit per second Internet service. Local business owners also have access to this 1 Gig service, along with customized services that Suddenlink has offered for many years that are capable of multi-Gigabit speeds.

Since July, the service has been made available to residential customers in the following Suddenlink-served communities:

  • Arkansas: Jonesboro, Russellville
  • Missouri: Nixa
  • North Carolina: Greenville and Rocky Mount
  • Oklahoma: Stillwater
  • Texas: Andrews, Big Spring, Bryan, College Station, Huntsville, Kingwood, Lubbock, Lufkin, Midland, and Terrell

1 Gig Service Launches in Russellville

Residential customers in Russellville, Ark. can now get our new up to 1 Gigabit per second Internet service. Local business owners also have access to this 1 Gig service, along with customized services that Suddenlink has offered for many years that are capable of multi-Gigabit speeds.

Since July, the service has been made available to residential customers in the following Suddenlink-served communities:

  • Arkansas: Clarksville, Dardanelle, Lamar, London, Morrilton, Pottsville, Russellville
  • Missouri: Nixa
  • North Carolina: Greenville and Rocky Mount
  • Texas: Bryan-College Station

First Communities Receive Up to 1 Gig Service

Yesterday, Suddenlink began offering customers in four communities its new up to 1 Gigabit per second Internet service. Bryan-College Station, Texas; Nixa, Mo.;  and Greenville and Rocky Mount, N.C., are the first Suddenlink-served areas to receive this new service.

The up to 1 Gigabit service is a part of “Operation GigaSpeed,” a company-wide plan announced last August. As part of Operation GigaSpeed, Suddenlink introduced a first phase of Internet speed increases in various communities late last year and earlier this year.

In addition to making the up to 1 Gigabit service available, Suddenlink is boosting other speeds.  Residential Internet customers in the listed communities with current download speeds up to 75 and 100 Megabits per second (Mbps) will be moved to services with download speeds up to 100 and 200 Mbps, respectively, at no added charge.