I agree that Suddenlink needs to be replaced, starting on the day it started removing channels from its lineup and raising the bill.
I pay for basic cable and internet. My bill increased to $110.20. My internet is $89, and no, it is not unlimited. As for the cable, I only view a few of the channels Suddenlink has left for “basic users.”
I have signed up on C Spire’s website, and I am searching for an internet provider also. I will be going to Walmart for an antenna, which means Suddenlink can have this hot mess called basic cable.
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In addition to Old Buffalo’s astute comments (“My Two Cents,” Jan. 15), C Spire is a Mississippi home-grown company, whereas Altice/Suddenstink is based in New York, with French ownership ties. Another reason to support the effort to recruit C Spire fiber to our community.
Additionally, C Spire has a locally staffed office in our city, which would (hopefully) ensure great access to customer service.
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Regarding the article “Dispute keeps some TV channels dark” (Jan. 14):
No need to support Suddenlink’s poor service and channel offerings as there are several streaming options that offer our local channels at a better price. I switched and am very happy.