Suddenlink to invest $35 Million in W.Va.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Suddenlink announced Monday it plans to make about $35 million in capital investments in West Virginia this year.
The cable provider said the additional investments would bring the total amount invested in the state since 2006 to nearly $300 million.
"Our 2013 investments in West Virginia will help us further enhance the quantity, quality, and reliability of our video, phone, and Internet services, including enhancements to our Any-Room DVR service," company spokesman Michael Kelemen said.
With more than 200,000 household and 11,000 business customers, Suddenlink is the largest cable TV and Internet provider in the state. Recent improvements include upgrading broadband speeds to a minimum of 30 megabits-per-second statewide, with up to 107 Mbps available in some areas. The company has also expanded its video on demand, phone, DVR and home security services.