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Altice launches fiber-to-the-home service in Long Island

Altice USA Inc. launched its Altice Gigabit fiber symmetrical internet service for residential customers in select areas of Long Island.

Delivered across Altice USA's new fiber-to-the-home network, the Altice Gigabit fiber service is a residential fiber offering, which provides support to data-intensive activities such as streaming 4K ultra HD videos on multiple devices, multiplayer gaming, video chatting, music streaming and downloading large files simultaneously.

The Altice Gigabit fiber service will roll out to additional areas of Long Island and throughout Altice's New York area region as the company continues to deploy and activate its FTTH network.

Additionally, Altice USA said it is enhancing broadband services on its existing hybrid fiber-coaxial network in the Optimum service area, now delivering broadband speeds of up to 400 Mbps for residential customers and with plans to launch a gigabit service and smart WiFi capabilities over HFC in 2019.