Often called Cox Cable, Cox Communications launched in 1962 and now serves 6.2 million customers as the third largest Internet and cable television provider in the United States. Just over half of the company's customers subscribe to their Internet service and almost the same number utilize Cox for digital phone service. 2.9 million Cox customers subscribe to cable television service through the brand.
Cox Communications was found to deliver at least 95 percent of advertised speeds to at least 75 percent of their customers, according to the Measuring Broadband America study by the FCC
In the states of Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Nebraska, Arizona, Kansas and Rhode Island, Cox Communications is the preferred Internet provider, as reported by the Huffington Post
Over 400,000 WiFi hotspots exist for use by Cox Cable customers, from coast-to-coast
Over 30 awards have been provided to Cox Communications by JD Power and Associates for customer service excellence
Cox Communications Internet Plans & Pricing
|Name||Download Speeds||Data Cap||Price|
|COX INTERNET STARTER||5 mbps||N/A||$34.99|
|COX INTERNET ESSENTIAL||15 mbps||N/A||$39.99|
|COX INTERNET PREFERRED||50 mbps||N/A||$54.99|
|COX INTERNET PREMIER||100 mbps||N/A||$64.99|
|COX INTERNET ULTIMATE||150 mbps||N/A||$84.99|
Cox Communications offers Internet service via the following technology: Cable.
Cox Communications is available in the following cities: Los Angeles, CA, Phoenix, AZ, San Diego, CA, Oklahoma City, OK, Las Vegas, NV, Tucson, AZ, Long Beach, CA, Mesa, AZ, Virginia Beach, VA, Omaha, NE, Tulsa, OK, Cleveland, OH, Wichita, KS, New Orleans, LA, Anaheim, CA, Santa Ana, CA, Henderson, NV, Chula Vista, CA, Norfolk, VA, Chandler, AZ, Glendale, AZ, Baton Rouge, LA, Irvine, CA, Chesapeake, VA and Scottsdale, AZ and many more.