Hold Altice responsible: Altice Mobile may have the most affordable wireless deal

From USA TODAY:

An East Coast-based cable operator may have the best wireless deal in the nation, in terms of price and available features.

But Altice Mobile is being offered to customers in only 21 states.

The offer is sweet: Unlimited data, talk and text, plus free international calls, for $20 monthly, if you’re a subscriber to Optimum or Suddenlink, the cable brands Altice runs in 21 states. If you live in the areas covered by the companies and don’t subscribe to cable, you can get the deal for $30 monthly.

These terms are extremely liberal when compared to the big four wireless companies, which offer similar services for way more. For instance, AT&T’s charge is $80 monthly, compared to $70 for Verizon and $60 for T-Mobile and Sprint.

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