Altice USA rebranded its nationwide mobile service to Optimum Mobile, representing the first step in the company’s plan to align under one national Optimum brand as they commit to delivering a consistent and reliable connectivity experience to all customers.
Over the last few years, Altice USA has invested billions of dollars in technology, advanced fiber broadband infrastructure, network upgrades, as well as its wireless partnership with T-Mobile to create a connectivity backbone to support the everyday needs of consumers and businesses. These investments have laid the foundation for Optimum to bring nationwide wireless coverage on America’s largest, fastest, and most reliable 5G network, together with an all-new 100% fiber network.
“Today’s consumer demands reliability, speed, and ubiquity when it comes to connectivity,” said Hakim Boubazine, Altice USA's president of telecommunications and COO. “As we unify our brands under one Optimum brand, we will deliver on our promise to provide a consistent and reliable converged connectivity experience to all our customers inside and outside the home. So, whether it’s Gigabit speed internet service or Optimum Mobile service, customers can expect the most reliable coverage and speed wherever they are.”
Key features of Optimum Mobile include:
- Stronger and faster mobile network via T-Mobile’s connection
- Exclusive discounts on Optimum and Suddenlink customers’ wireless bills and the ability to save up to 40% a year when signing up for the company’s connectivity services
- A selection of 1 GB, 3 GB, and unlimited GB data plans with unlimited talk and text starting at $14/month
- Flexible data plans where customers can switch anytime without fees
- No multiline commitments, no contracts, with cancellation option anytime
- Expanded 24/7 customer support available in-store, online, or over the phone.
- The latest mobile devices from Apple, Samsung, and Motorola with zero downpayment and zero-interest financing
Optimum Mobile is available to Altice’s Optimum customers across the New York tri-state area and its Suddenlink customers across the West and mid-Atlantic states, as well as to non-customers who live in or near the company’s 21-state footprint.