Cable provider Suddenlink expects to make about $35 million in capital investments in West Virginia this year.
“Our 2014 investments in West Virginia will help us keep ahead of the demands of a growing number of customers who want faster Internet speeds, the ability to get our new Any-Room TV services on mobile devices, home security services and more,” spokesman Michael Kelemen said.
The new investments will push the total amount the company has invested in West Virginia since 2006 to $335 million.
The past investments have allowed the company to provide faster Internet speeds and increase the number of high-definition channels it offers.
Suddenlink is the largest cable broadband company in West Virginia, offering cable TV, high-speed Internet, phone and other services to more than 200,000 households and 11,000 business customers in the state.