Not just your standard set-top box, the Altice One operating system is enhanced with TV, internet and streaming features that can take the nightly news and your next movie night to the next level.
What is Altice One?
The Altice One is the first ever gateway 2-in-1 router with a built-in TV box for your Optimum TV and internet services.
On the sleek home interface, you’ll find all your content via integrated streaming apps like Netflix and YouTube, on-demand titles, your DVR recordings and live TV lineup. Skip right to the good stuff using the included Voice Activated Remote.
The newest device also includes music and video apps, so you’ll have access to 25,000 free videos and 2,000 ad-free music channels. Select titles are also available in 4K Ultra HD. 4K-specific schedules are available on channel 200. Download the Altice One app on any internet-connected device to take your Suddenlink or Optimum content to any smartphone, tablet or laptop you own.
Stream, game and browse without buffering for the first time ever. For your best wireless connection (40% better, to be exact), the Altice One OS 3.1 operating system features enhanced technology and reliable whole home WiFi, which extends your Optimum internet to every corner of your household.
How do I get the Altice One?
To get the Altice One, you will need to be eligible for Optimum internet or TV service in a serviceable area. Altice One is only available in select Suddenlink areas.
A device is required for each television in your household, and the placement of the equipment should be centralized around Wi-Fi connected devices. Altice One Minis are available for rental for those hard-to-reach spots in your home.
How much does Altice One cost?
Each Altice One box will incur a rental fee of $20/mo.* along with any charges for service, add-ons and mini devices required. For a better idea of your monthly bill with Altice One technology, shop Optimum TV today. Or, contact one of our experts today. We’ll make sure you’re located in a serviceable area, set you up with your new TV plan and schedule your installation at a time that’s convenient for you.
Pricing per month plus taxes for length of contract. Additional fees and terms may apply. Pricing varies by location and availability. All prices subject to change at any time. May or may not be available based on service address. Speeds may vary. As of 05/11/20.
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Ways to track data usage
- Your router: Some routers do track the amount of data you are using. Use the router’s app or log-in page, and look for a data usage section.
- Your ISP: Some ISPs provide an app to check on your data and/or a mid-month, opt-in email alert to let you know how much you’ve used to date.
- Apps: Third-party apps like Glasswire and Data Monitor are available on Google Play and the App Store to monitor data use.
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