Suddenlink to Invest Nearly $100 Million in Texas
An area cable company plans to invest nearly $100 million in the Lone Star State this year.
Suddenlink announced the capital investments planned for this year in Texas, and said that by the end of the year, they will have invested around $700 million in the state.
“Our 2013 investments in Texas 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,” said Dave Gilles, Suddenlink senior vice president of operations for its west region.
Suddenlink serves nearly a half-million households and more than 33,000 business customers in Texas.
Their systems in Lubbock, Amarillo, Abilene, Bryan-College Station, Midland, San Angelo, Georgetown, Tyler, Victoria, Conroe, Kingwood, and Nacogdoches are its largest in the state.