Suddenlink seeks to pick up Crystal Broadband slack

9 Apr 2013

According to an unconfirmed report by The Daily Reflector, Suddenlink, one of the ten largest cable broadband services providers in the United States, seeks to expand its network into eastern parts of Pitt County, North Carolina with a view to replacing Kentucky-based Crystal Broadband Network, which abruptly stopped offering cable services in the area late last month. Since August 2010 Kentucky-based Crystal Broadband Network had provided cable services to residents living in unincorporated areas between Simpson and Grimesland. Suddenlink, which operates in 18 states in primarily medium-sized communities, saw its broadband subscriber base pass the one million mark in March 2012.

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