‘Survivor’s Remorse’ Freeview Available

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Now through Nov. 9, Suddenlink customers can tune in to “Survivor’s Remorse,” the newest original series on Starz. The first two episodes of the half-hour comedy series are available for free to those with access to Suddenlink2GO and On Demand.

“Survivor’s Remorse,” executive produced by LeBron James, follows Cam Calloway, a basketball phenomenon. He is suddenly thrust into the limelight after signing a contract with a professional basketball team in Atlanta.

Where Suddenlink On Demand is available, check out the “freeview” by going to Channel 1, Free!, All Channels A-Z, Starz Freeview. A Suddenlink digital receiver is required to access the On Demand menu.

Suddenlink2GO App Debuts on iPhone

iphone 4sThe Suddenlink2GO app is now available for both iPhones and iPads. The app allows our customers to watch live TV networks and on-demand TV shows on an iOS device anywhere at home or on the go. The app is available to download free of charge at the Apple iTunes App Store.

The Suddenlink2GO app offers easy access with a single login for authentication. Customers can watch programming from networks that include Bravo, NBC, NBC Sports, Fox News, CNBC, Fox Business, Oxygen, USA Network, E!, Golf Channel, Syfy and more.

The Suddenlink2GO mobile app also provides access to current and past bills, payment options, troubleshooting tools and information about scheduled service appointments. Customers can create up to 10 accounts, with parental controls manageable for each user.

‘Freeview’ of ‘Outlander’ Offered On Demand

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Beginning August 2, Starz will offer a sneak preview of their newest original series, “Outlander.” Based on the best-selling book series by Diana Gabaldon, “Outlander” is an epic journey through time, spanning the genres of romance, science fiction, history and adventure. The first episode will be available for free to Suddenlink customers who have access to On Demand and Suddenlink2GO.

“Outlander” tells the story of Claire Randall, a combat nurse from 1945, who is mysteriously swept to 18th century Scotland. She finds herself torn between a new romance and the husband she left behind, all while trying to survive an unknown world of centuries past.

Where Suddenlink On Demand is available, check out the “freeview” by going to Channel 1, Free!, All Channels A-Z, Starz Preview. A Suddenlink digital receiver is required to access the On Demand menu.

Encore ‘Freeviews’ This Weekend

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This weekend, May 2 – 4, Suddenlink customers can tune in to Encore for “freeviews” on TV and Suddenlink2GO. Customers will have free and instant access to hours of Encore programming, including movies like “Wreck-It Ralph,” “Twister,” “Batman Returns” and more.

To access Suddenlink2GO, customers should visit suddenlink.net, sign in to their online account, click on Suddenlink2GO, select All Networks, and find the Encore link.

Suddenlink2GO App Debuts on iOS Tablets

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Today we launched our Suddenlink2GO mobile app. Using Synacor technology, the app allows our customers to watch live TV networks and on-demand TV shows on an iOS tablet anywhere at home or on the go. The app is available to download free of charge at the Apple iTunes App Store.

With the Suddenlink2GO app, authenticated customers initially can watch programming from networks that include Bravo, NBC, NBC Sports, Fox News, CNBC, Fox Business, Oxygen, USA Network, E!, Golf Channel, Syfy and more.

The Suddenlink2GO mobile app also provides access to email, current and past bills, payment options, troubleshooting tools, and information about scheduled service appointments. Customers can create up to 10 accounts, with parental controls manageable for each user.

The app’s Synacor technology offers easy access with a single login for authentication. We will continue to add more networks as well as offer access to the Suddenlink2GO app on additional mobile devices.

Watch the Winter Games, Home or Away

NBC’s coverage of the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi begins Thursday, Feb.6. Suddenlink customers who can’t be in front of their TV screens can also watch on iPads, iPhones, Android devices, or personal computers.

On mobile devices, view the games through the NBC Sports Live Extra app. To watch on your PC, go to Suddenlink2GO.com or NBC Sports Live Extra online. You’ll need to log in with your Suddenlink username and password in order to watch this content for free.

Learn more about how to use Suddenlink2GO.

Watch Okla. Benefit Concert on Demand

If you missed or would like to re-watch  Blake Shelton’s “Healing in the Heartland: Relief Benefit Concert,” it’s available through Suddenlink Video on Demand (VOD) and Suddenlink2GO through June 5.

To watch on VOD, go to channel 1 > Free! > All Channels A-Z > NBC.

For Suddenlink2GO, visit Suddenlink > Suddenlink2GO > All Networks A-Z > NBC. 

Note: You must have a Suddenlink online account to access all Suddenlink2GO content. Simply visit suddenlink.net, select the “Not Registered? SIGN UP NOW” option — found next to the “Log In” link on the right side of the page — and follow the provided instructions.

Four More Networks Join Suddenlink2GO

FOX, Lifetime, A&E, and History have been added to the  Suddenlink2GO lineup.

With Suddenlink2GO, our customers can watch more than 200,000 movies, clips and shows from 300-plus networks on their personal or laptop computers.

Note: You must have a Suddenlink online account to access all Suddenlink2GO content.  Simply visit suddenlink.net, select the “Not Registered? SIGN UP NOW” option — found next to the “Log In” link on the right side of the page — and follow the provided instructions.

Suddenlink Celebrates 10 Years

Today, Suddenlink is celebrating its tenth year in business. Our origins can be traced to Feb. 12, 2003, when our management team assumed responsibility for Classic Communications, a small cable operator serving approximately 300,000 customers in mainly rural communities. The company more than quadrupled in size in 2006, with the acquisitions of Cox cable systems serving approximately 900,000 customers and Charter cable systems serving approximately 240,000 customers.  Around the same time, the name Suddenlink was introduced.

Way back in 2003, Classic offered Internet service (with a top download speed of 1.5 Megabits per second) in only half of its cable systems – and offered phone service in none. A decade later, Suddenlink offers high-speed Internet service in all communities, with download speeds up to 107 Megabits per second in many areas; phone service to substantially all customers; wireless home networking; a robust line up of high-definition TV channels; TV Caller ID; a video on demand library with more than 10,000 titles; an online video service known as Suddenlink2GO; home security; and a suite of commercial services, including advertising and carrier services.

“Through the hard work of our team, an unrelenting focus on customer care, plus transformative acquisitions, billions of dollars in financings and capital investments, we turned a small company into the nation’s seventh largest cable operator with financial and operating results that are among the very best in the industry,” said Kent.