The company announced Tuesday that it has teamed up with a new tobacco company to offer its brands at the lowest prices.
Altria announced a partnership with the Reynolds American subsidiary of Philip Morris International, which produces the iconic brands Camel and Camel Light.
The deal includes Reynolds American cigarettes and a bundle of cigars, which Altria says will be available in August.
The new deal will be rolled out in the United States over the next two months.
Altitude will be the first tobacco brand to receive a partnership deal from a major U.S. tobacco company.
Reynolds American is the largest cigarette company in the world, and the Reynolds brands have become iconic in the U.K. and elsewhere.
The companies have worked together for years to create a unified cigarette brand with more than 200 brands.
Altima, a subsidiary of Reynolds, was also recently awarded the prestigious Philip Morris Award for Tobacco Innovation.
Altman, the former CEO of Altria, was named CEO of Philip Miller Tobacco in January.
He is one of the biggest tobacco CEOs in the country.