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Cable company Altice One announces Apple TV tie-in

Altice USA has launched Altice One on Apple TV, delivering the signature Altice One entertainment experience through Apple’s set-top. Also starting today, new and existing Altice One customers can receive an Apple TV 4K as part of their monthly subscription plan.

Altice USA is an American cable television provider with headquarters in New York City. It delivers pay television, Internet access, telephone services, and original television content to approximately 4.9 million residential and business customers in 21 states.

According to Hakim Boubazine, Altice USA’s chief operating officer and president of Telecommunications, says benefits for customers include:

° Connection through the Altice One app on Apple TV to a customer’s full TV package for streaming live TV, On Demand, and cloud DVR recordings plus favorite features like the interactive program guide and program restart to catch in-progress live shows from the beginning

° The “zero sign-on” experience from Apple, with the Altice One app automatically installed on Apple TV 4K so that customers are signed in to enjoy their full Altice One experience — eliminating the need to enter a username and password;

° Access to Altice One along with Apple services like Apple TV+, Apple Music, Apple Arcade and the App Store on Apple TV, including thousands of other apps, including games, fitness and education; 

° Voice search via the Siri Remote for easy access to all channels and programs.

The Altice One experience is available to Altice’s Optimum and Suddenlink customers. New and existing Altice One users can select Apple TV 4K as part of their package by purchasing a device directly from the Optimum and Suddenlink websites or by visiting select retail stores. The Apple TV 4K is available through monthly finance offers starting at $10 per month, or for $180.

Altice One customers Altice One customers can also use the Altice One app on their existing Apple TV 4K or Apple TV HD devices. For more information, click here.

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.