50 Mbps Service Launched in Chickasha, Henryetta

Beginning today, residential customers in Chickasha and Henryetta, Okla., can get Suddenlink High-Speed Internet 50.0 service. With a download speed up to 50 Megabits per second (Mbps), it is the fastest residential Internet service offered in these communities.

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: Arkadelphia, Batesville, Clarksville, Dardanelle, El Dorado, Jonesboro, Lamar, London, Malvern, Morrilton, Perla, Pocahontas, Pottsville, Rockport, Russellville
  • California: Auburn, Humboldt County, Truckee
  • Louisiana: Alexandria, Bossier City (including Barksdale Air Force Base), Haughton, Lake Charles, Natchitoches, Pineville, Sulphur
  • Mississippi: Greenville
  • Missouri: Branson, Nixa, St. Joseph
  • North Carolina: Enfield, Halifax County, Kinston, New Bern, Scotland Neck, Tarboro
  • Oklahoma: Alva, Enid, Muskogee, Wagoner
  • Texas: Abilene, Athens, Balch Springs, Clarksville, Fate, Forney, Gainesville, Gladewater, Grand Saline, Heath, Henderson, Hideaway Lake, Jacksonville, Lindale, Lufkin, McClendon-Chisholm, Mineola, Mount Pleasant, Mount Vernon, Nacogdoches, Paris, Pittsburg, Quitman, Rockwall, Royse City, San Angelo, Seagoville, Talty, Terrell, Victoria, Whitesboro, Winfield

Snyder, Sweetwater Get Faster Internet Service

Yesterday, we launched High-Speed Internet 30.0 service in Snyder and Sweetwater, Texas. With a download speed up to 30 Megabits per second (Mbps), it is the fastest residential service in both communities.

Arkansas Communities Get MAX 50.0 Service

Beginning yesterday, residential customers in El Dorado, Russellville, Clarksville, London, Morrilton, Pottsville, Dardanelle and Lamar, Ark., can get High-Speed Internet MAX 50.0 service. With a download speed up to 50 Megabits per second (Mbps), it is the fastest residential Internet service offered in these communities.

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: Batesville, Jonesboro, Pocahontas

California: Auburn, Humboldt County, Truckee

Louisiana: Alexandria, Bossier City (including Barksdale Air Force Base), Haughton, Lake Charles, Natchitoches, Pineville, Sulphur

Mississippi: Greenville

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

MAX 50.0 Launched in Batesville, Greenville

Starting yesterday, residential customers in Batesville, Ark., and Greenville, Miss., can get High-Speed Internet MAX 50.0 service. With a download speed up to 50 Megabits per second (Mbps), it is the fastest residential Internet service offered in these communities.

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

Beware ‘Solutions’ to Non-Existent Problems

Recently, a number of websites and blogs have published false warnings about two of Suddenlink’s online services and offered fixes or remedies for problems that don’t exist.

The potential danger is that these remedies could be back-door attempts to launch malicious software (commonly known as “malware”) — which, once it’s downloaded, could compromise your computer, Internet experience, and/or private information.

In other words, certain sites make false claims about Suddenlink; offer a “fix” (e.g., virus scan software) to a non-existent problem; and then potentially use that “fix” (if you click on it or download it) to infect your computer.

These sites might also try to engage you in a chat or other form of direct communication in order to capture your personal information.

So be careful out there, and please — if you read warnings about Suddenlink — give us a chance to address any concerns you might have by contacting us directly, through email, chat, or phone.

Additional information follows about two Suddenlink services that are a common subject of the false reports, namely: (1) a Suddenlink toolbar and (2) a search service that helps customers find the websites for which they’re looking, if they accidently type an invalid domain name or Web address. Both services are common practice across the Internet, and we’ve been offering them for several years now. Importantly, if customers don’t want to use these services, they don’t have to.

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