Suddenlink today launched Suddenlink2GO, an online video service, featuring tens of thousands of full-length TV episodes and shorter video clips, plus more than 1,300 movies, all accessible anywhere in the United States, on any computer with a high-speed Internet connection.

Suddenlink2GO incorporates the company’s previously announced launch of HBO GO and MAX GO services, available for no additional charge to all Suddenlink HBO and Cinemax subscribers. In addition, Suddenlink2GO includes shows from Turner Broadcasting’s TBS, TNT, truTV, Cartoon Network and Adult Swim programming, available in many cases within 24 hours of original air dates, for no additional charge to all customers who subscribe to the corresponding Suddenlink TV services that feature this programming. Suddenlink2GO also includes a wide range of networks, programs, and clips available from Hulu, all integrated into a single interface.

“Today’s announcement is just the beginning," said Jerry Dow, Suddenlink’s chief marketing and sales officer, in a statement. "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 smart phones and the iPad.” ??Suddenlink2GO was developed in partnership with Synacor, a global technology firm that offers a variety of services to Internet service providers like Suddenlink.

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