Suddenlink in West Virginia
Suddenlink expects to invest approximately $35 million this year in West Virginia, and by the end of the year will have invested nearly $300 million in the state since 2006.
“Our 2013 investments in West Virginia will help us further enhance the quantity, quality, and reliability of our video, phone, and Internet services,” said Suddenlink spokesman Michael Kelemen.
In recent years, Suddenlink has rolled out increasingly faster Internet services, with download speeds up to 30 Megabits per second (Mbps) in all of its West Virginia service areas and up to 107 Mbps in some areas. It also has expanded the availability of video on demand (VOD), wireless home networking (WiFi@Home), TV Caller ID, online video (Suddenlink2GO™), TiVo® HD/DVRs, Any-Room DVR using TiVo Mini and TiVo Stream, and a home security service.
Suddenlink also introduced new state-of-the-art retail centers in several state locations.
We proudly provide cash and/or in-kind support to events and organizations within and beyond our West Virginia service area, including: Marshall University and West Virginia University; Charleston Rib Fest and Multicultural Festival; Charlie West Blues Festival/Wounded Warrior Project; Mason, Wetzel and Kanawha County Fairs; March of Dimes Walk in Scott Depot/Charleston; Bridge Day and Women’s Expo in Beckley; Parkersburg Homecoming Festival; Parkersburg and Putnam County Relay for Life; Logan Job Fair; Shinnston and Logan July 4th Celebrations; Buckhannon Strawberry Festival; Take a Veteran to School Day; a regionwide food drive; Paden City Labor Day Celebration; and Friends of Coal Auto Fain in Beckley