Suddenlink posts revenue gains, basic video sub losses

Following an industry trend, Suddenlink's first quarter earnings reflected a year-over-year revenue gain of 8.2 percent to $446.2 million and a basic video subscriber loss of 32,300 customers in the 12 month period.

Also reflecting industry trends, Suddenlink said that it added 102,100 digital video customers, 71,400 high-speed data customers and 3,400 phone customers and that about 60 percent of its customers were in a product bundle.

Suddenlink CEO Jerry Kent, pointing to the copmany's "18th consecutive quarter of pro forma revenue growth," credited "our efforts to provide a superior level of customer care."

For more:
- see this news release

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