Cox Communications Overview
Cox Communications is one of the largest cable internet providers in the US. In addition to offering cable internet, they also offer cable TV and home phone through their hybrid fiber network.
On this page you'll find the latest Cox deals we've collected along with useful advice to help you make an informed decision.
How to Compare Deals and Promotions
Comparing plans across multiple providers can be difficult. That said, when comparing plans from Cox make sure to look to consider these 3 items:
1 -- Pay Attention to Your Bundle
Cox historically offers great promotions to consumers who buy multiple services under one account, so it is no secret that you can save money when you bundle multiple services together... but be cautious.
While many of these promotions can save you money, we encourage users looking to save money to consider what services they really need and what services they are currently using instead of leaping for a bundle with services they don't need.
This is important because often there is a difference between the price you pay during the promotional period and after the promotional period and those additional services can really add up once the promotional period has ended.
Over the longterm the easiest way to save money on your monthly bill is to only sign up for the services you use on a regular basis.
2 -- Pay Attention to Contract Length and ETFs
One of the biggest issues that comes to bite consumers has to do with contracts and early termination fees (ETFs).
When you are comparing plans make sure to pay attention to whether the plan you've selected requires you to sign a contract or not.
If you've agreed to a contract, you'll likely be hit with an early termination fee if you move or what to change services before your contract has ended.
That said, we recommend that renters or consumers who plan to move with 12-24 months pay close attention to the terms of the plan and whether or not you'll have to pay an early termination fee if you end your contract early.
Sometimes it is better to pay a higher monthly rate then face a huge early termination fee if you aren't sure about your living situation.
3 -- Be Aware of Your Data Usage
Depending on which plan you choose, Cox often includes data caps. These caps can be especially important to take into consideration if you or your family are heavy users of streaming services such as Netflix or Youtube.
We do our best to collect and show you data caps associated with various plans but always make sure to confirm these caps with Cox directly.
Cox Consumer Reviews and Ratings
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Of the 20,356 verified users who were asked if they would recommend Cox to a friend. 47.7 said that they would.
Overall, Cox's rating of 47.7 is [Provider-Rating-Percentage-vs-Average]% worse than the average provider rated on BroadbandNow.
Cox Communications Availability
Cox has availability in 18 states including Arizona, California, Virginia, and 15 other states. In total they cover 21.0 million consumers. Here you can see the full map with Cox Communication's availability