Altice Mobile has entered the wireless market adding more pressure to Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint in the United States.
Altice Mobile is priced at $20 per line per month for Altice’s Optimum and Suddenlink customers.
The price of Altice Mobile to non-Optimum and Suddenlink customers in 21 states will be for $30 per line per month.
Altice Mobile customers can save up to $600 per year for one line, and up to $1,100 per year for households and families with five lines.
Altice Mobile delivers advanced LTE coverage by combining Altice’s own fiber and mobile core infrastructure with two of the best networks in the U.S.
“The advent of Altice Mobile as the newest mobile operator exemplifies our vision to create one converged fiber and wireless network that delivers an ultra-fast broadband and mobile experience to consumers,” Dexter Goei, chief executive officer of Altice USA.
Altice has set up a mobile network that will support 5G combined with its fiber broadband capable of more than 10 Gigabit speeds.
Altice will compete with T-Mobile Essentials, T-Mobile Magenta, AT&T Unlimited, Verizon Go, Xfinity Mobile and Spectrum Mobile plans.