Suddenlink going mobile with ’2GO’ service

Suddenlink, the seventh largest cable television service provider in the U.S., is going mobile with Suddenlink2GO online. The service allows internet viewing of content (similar to HBO Go and MAX Go) at no extra charge (although some content has a 24hr window after the premiere). The online service features content from HBO, Hulu, and Turner Broadcasting.

“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.”

Conan, Men of a Certain Age, and The Closer are just a few of the over 1,300 titles available to watch.

You can find the shows and movies online at suddenlink.net and by logging-in using your username and password.

TBS, TNT, truTV, Cartoon Network and Adult Swim, as well as programs and clips available from Hulu.

“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.”

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