Suddenlink subscribers now have access to streaming video content across the nation with today's launch of Suddenlink2Go.
While Suddenlink was previously offering TV Everywhere-type content from HBO Go and Max Go, Suddenlink2Go is a much more robust offering.
Customers who already subscribe to Turner Networks' TBS, TNT, truTV, Cartoon Network and Adult Swim programming can now access the content anywhere in the nation for free with a broadband connection. Authenticated Suddenlink subscribers can also access the content from the networks' websites, and video content is also available from Hulu's Web portal.
All told, Suddenlink said the service featured tens of thousands of full-length TV episodes and shorter video clips, plus more than 1,300 movies.
"Our mission with Suddenlink2Go is to provide our customers with greater flexibility and choice in their search for compelling video content," said Jerry Dow, Suddenlink's chief marketing and sales officer. "Today's announcement is just the beginning. We are actively working to expand both the diversity of content and the number of technologies from which that content can be accessed, including popular mobile devices such as smartphones and the iPad."
Suddenlink2Go was developed in partnership with Synacor, which is the same company Charter Communications announced a TV Everywhere trial with last year.