Suddenlink to invest big in Texas

Suddenlink plans to spend as much as $120 million on Texas systems that serve about 450,000 residential customers and 27,000 business subs.

The money, part of nearly a half-billion dollars the MSO has invested in state properties since 2006, will be used to expanded the HDTV channel lineup, and enhance video, telephone and Internet services, the company said.

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