Cox Deals and Promotions

Below you will find the best triple play offers, TV and internet bundles, and internet only deals available for Cox Communications.

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TRIPLE PLAY BUNDLES

The deals listed below include TV, Internet, and Phone service. Generally Cox Communications offers the best promotions and discounts on these plans.

$64.99/mo for Triple Play

  • Internet: 30 Mbps ↓ and 3.0 Mbps ↑ w/ a 1024 GB/mo data cap
  • TV: TV Starter
  • Phone: Voice Premier
  • 1-year promo rate. Regular rate is $108.98.
  • Contract Term: 1 year with up to $120 ETF
  • Modem included.

$89.99/mo for Cox Bronze Bundle with Voice Premier

  • Internet: 100 Mbps ↓ and 10 Mbps ↑ w/ a 1024 GB/mo data cap
  • TV: Contour TV
  • Phone: Voice Premier
  • 1-year promo rate. Regular rate is $198.96.
  • Contract Term: 2 years with up to $240 ETF
  • Bundle rate increases $20/month for months 13-24.
  • Modem included.

$109.99/mo for Cox Silver Bundle with Voice Premier

  • Internet: 300 Mbps ↓ and 30 Mbps ↑ w/ a 1024 GB/mo data cap
  • TV: Contour TV
  • Phone: Voice Premier
  • 1-year promo rate. Regular rate is $273.93.
  • Contract Term: 2 years with up to $240 ETF
  • Bundle rate increases $20/month for months 13-24.
  • Includes HBO, Cinemax and Showtime.
  • Setup: $0 (Free pro install.)
  • Modem included.

$129.99/mo for Cox Gold Bundle with Voice Premier

  • Internet: 300 Mbps ↓ and 30 Mbps ↑ w/ a 1024 GB/mo data cap
  • TV: Contour TV Ultimate
  • Phone: Voice Premier
  • 1-year promo rate. Regular rate is $292.97.
  • Contract Term: 2 years with up to $240 ETF
  • Bundle rate increases $20/month for months 13-24.
  • Includes HBO, Cinemax, SHOWTIME, STARZ & EPIX.
  • Modem included.

$159.99/mo for Cox Platinum Bundle with Voice Premier

  • Internet: 1,000 Mbps ↓ and 35 Mbps ↑ w/ a 1024 GB/mo data cap
  • TV: Contour TV Ultimate
  • Phone: Voice Premier
  • 2-year promo rate. Regular rate is $292.97.
  • Contract Term: 2 years with up to $240 ETF
  • Includes HBO, Cinemax, SHOWTIME, STARZ and EPIX.
  • Modem included.

TV & Internet Bundles

The bundles listed below include TV + Internet access and can be a good value if you want traditional TV service.

$44.99/mo for Double Play

  • Internet: 10 Mbps ↓ and 1.0 Mbps ↑ w/ a 1024 GB/mo data cap
  • TV: TV Starter
  • 1-year promo rate. Regular rate is $61.99.
  • Contract Term: 1 year with up to $120 ETF
  • Modem w/ WiFi: $9.99/mo

$79.99/mo for Bronze Duo

  • Internet: 100 Mbps ↓ and 10 Mbps ↑ w/ a 1024 GB/mo data cap
  • TV: Contour TV
  • 1-year promo rate. Regular rate is $168.97.
  • Contract Term: 2 years with up to $240 ETF
  • Bundle rate increases $20/month for months 13-24.
  • Modem w/ WiFi: $9.99/mo

$99.99/mo for Silver Duo

  • Internet: 300 Mbps ↓ and 30 Mbps ↑ w/ a 1024 GB/mo data cap
  • TV: Contour TV
  • 1-year promo rate. Regular rate is $243.94.
  • Contract Term: 2 years with up to $240 ETF
  • Bundle rate increases $20/month for months 13-24.
  • Includes HBO, Cinemax and Showtime.
  • Modem w/ WiFi: $9.99/mo

$119.99/mo for Gold Duo

  • Internet: 300 Mbps ↓ and 30 Mbps ↑ w/ a 1024 GB/mo data cap
  • TV: Contour TV Ultimate
  • 1-year promo rate. Regular rate is $262.98.
  • Contract Term: 2 years with up to $240 ETF
  • Bundle rate increases $20/month for months 13-24.
  • Includes HBO, Cinemax, EPIX and STARZ.
  • Modem w/ WiFi: $9.99/mo

$149.99/mo for Platinum Duo

  • Internet: 1,000 Mbps ↓ and 35 Mbps ↑ w/ a 1024 GB/mo data cap
  • TV: Contour TV Ultimate
  • 2-year promo rate. Regular rate is $262.98.
  • Contract Term: 2 years with up to $240 ETF
  • Includes HBO, Cinemax, SHOWTIME, STARZ and EPIX.
  • Modem w/ WiFi: $9.99/mo

Internet Only Plans

If you are considering an internet-only plan, be sure to compare with the bundle deals above. Sometimes Cox offers TV or Phone service for just a few dollars more than stand-alone internet.

$19.99/mo for Cox Internet Starter 10

  • 10 Mbps ↓ and 1.0 Mbps ↑ w/ a 1024 GB/mo data cap
  • 1-year promo rate. Regular rate is $42.99.
  • Contract Term: 1 year with up to $120 ETF
  • Modem w/ WiFi: $9.99/mo

$29.99/mo for Cox Internet Essential 30

  • 30 Mbps ↓ and 3.0 Mbps ↑ w/ a 1024 GB/mo data cap
  • 1-year promo rate. Regular rate is $63.99.
  • Contract Term: 1 year with up to $120 ETF
  • Modem w/ WiFi: $9.99/mo

$49.99/mo for Cox Internet Preferred 100

  • 100 Mbps ↓ and 10 Mbps ↑ w/ a 1024 GB/mo data cap
  • 1-year promo rate. Regular rate is $84.99.
  • Contract Term: 1 year with up to $120 ETF
  • Modem w/ WiFi: $9.99/mo

$69.99/mo for Cox Internet Ultimate

  • 300 Mbps ↓ and 30 Mbps ↑ w/ a 1024 GB/mo data cap
  • 1-year promo rate. Regular rate is $104.99.
  • Contract Term: 1 year with up to $120 ETF
  • Modem w/ WiFi: $9.99/mo

$119.99/mo for Gigablast

  • 1,000 Mbps ↓ and 35 Mbps ↑ w/ a 1024 GB/mo data cap
  • Modem w/ WiFi: $9.99/mo

Plans may not be available in all areas or to all customers and can expire at any time. Verify terms and availability with Cox Communications. Last updated on 12/6/2018.

Cox Communications Overview

Cox internet plans are widely available, thanks to the cable company’s nationwide network. In addition to offering cable internet, Cox also offers cable TV and home phone through their hybrid fiber network in Arizona, California, Virginia, and 15 other states.

On this page you'll find the latest Cox internet and bundle deals we've collected and information about current promotions. Keep in mind that the prices listed by Cox are often “promotional prices,” and your plan may be subject to a rate increase after the promotional period ends. This is common with internet providers, so just be sure to know the “final price” and confirm it on the phone when you sign up for service.

How To Compare Cox Internet Plans

Pros


  • Regular network upgrades
  • Fast download speeds
  • Price lock-ins and promo rates

Cons


  • Pricey TV contracts
  • Less robust upload speeds
  • Slower than fiber internet

The actual speeds and prices offered may by Cox vary based on location. However, there are a few universal guidelines you should keep in mind when comparing Cox internet plans:

  1. Consider Cox internet & TV bundle plans. While the majority of providers offer some discount for bundling multiple services together, the savings with Cox Communications are extreme. Oftentimes you can get TV or Phone service tacked onto your Internet plan for barely any extra money.
  2. Confirm the final price of your Cox internet plan. While the savings with bundles are very high, it’s important to read the fine print to find what your normal price will be after the promotional period ends. Sometimes you may end up paying more than you expected after a year or two of service.
  3. Buy the cheapest Cox plan that meets your speed requirements. While it can be tempting to go for the best service, but the truth is most households don’t need crazy fast speeds. It’s important to find the middle ground between price and speed so you don’t over-pay.

The Cox Communications Network: What Does ‘Cable’ Really Mean?

Cox internet plans are considered to be “cable” Internet plans. Cable is one of the most common ways to deliver internet service in the US.

Fiber is the fastest Internet technology available, transmitting data through light. The technology is incredibly expensive to roll out, however, and Cox hasn’t invested in a Fiber to the Home network — instead opting for more affordable coaxial lines.

Cable plans like Cox internet are delivered through the coaxial cables that hook up to your TV. Cable is the second fastest internet technology, and is much more widespread than fiber, making it a more realistic pick for the majority of users. The speeds with cable connections do suffer under a heavy load, however, so if your neighbors are heavy internet users there’s a possibility the strength of your connection will vary over the course of the day.

DSL is the slowest of the three modern connections. DSL is widely available to rural users due to data transmission over existing phone lines, but the maximum speeds are much lower than cable. DSL does have an advantage in reliability, however, and your speeds will be slower yet very consistent.

Overall, Cox offers quick speeds with average reliability, and their plans should be more than sufficient for the majority of users.

Is Cox Communications Fast Enough For Cord Cutters?

Much to the chagrin of cable companies, more and more people are “cutting the cord” and ditching traditional cable in favor of streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime. You can often save quite a bit of money by opting for streamed content rather than traditional TV, and you can enjoy the content you love whenever you want it — and oftentimes without commercials.

Cox Caps Data on Plans

Cox puts a 1TB data limit on residential internet customers. This is common, and other major cable providers like Xfinity use the same tactic. 1TB is much more than the average internet user will consume in a month. However, large households with heavy streaming habits should consider unlimited internet plans in their area.

One issue with cord cutting, however, is that it requires a decently fast connection. Because the data for your favorite show is now transferred over the internet rather than through a cable box, you’ll now have to make sure your speeds are fast enough to stream your shows without interruption.

Determining How Much Speed You Need

For an estimate of how much bandwidth or “speed” you need, enter your devices and habits into our internet bandwidth calculator tool.

Cox internet plans are advertised by download rate. Download rate is measured in Mbps (Megabits per Second).

To put it in simpler terms, the entry level Cox plan would allow you to download a standard-length high-definition movie in a little under an hour. On the other hand, the fastest plan would let you download the same movie in around 2 minutes.

This is a sizable difference, but there’s also a pretty sizable difference in price.

Take a good look at the different speeds offered and then consider your usage. If you’re a basic web browser who just needs to check their email and watch basic videos, the entry plan should be fine. Conversely, HD streamers with multiple videos going at once, as well as serious gamers, should consider the top level plans.

For the average cord-cutter, a middle-of-the-road plan should work just fine.

Cox Contour TV Deals

Cox has a solid internet service, but their TV plans are surprisingly inflexible compared to other major cable companies. They essentially offer one plan, Cox Contour TV, which comes with 140+ channels and a decent whole-home DVR with 340 hours of HD storage.

Internet Equipment: Rent Or Buy?

In order to connect to the Internet, you’ll need a modem that hooks you in to the Cox network. If you’d like to connect multiple devices to the Internet or use a wireless network, you’ll also need a router.

Cox offers the option for users to either purchase the devices outright, or rent them for a low monthly fee. At current pricing, the modem and router combination costs around $180 to buy, and $10 a month to rent. It will take around 18 months for buying the modem to pay off when compared to renting.

Whether it’s a better idea to rent or buy will depend on how long you’re planning on staying with Cox. If you’re confident you’ll maintain your plan for a year and a half, you may be better off buying the equipment. Conversely, if you’re a renter or student taking advantage of Cox’s month-to-month pricing, a $10 monthly fee may be more palatable.

Take stock of your current situation and go with the option that makes most financial sense. In either case, provided you use the Cox equipment, you’ll have access to service and troubleshooting from the company if anything goes wrong.

Cox Complete Care

While many providers offer some sort of technical support, Cox Communications offers a comprehensive plan that pretty much ensures your devices will stay up and running for a low monthly fee. The Cox Complete Care package has three branches of service that combine to keep your devices and connection in tip-top-shape.

Technical Support and Utility

Through technical support and utility, Cox technicians are able to remotely remove viruses, malware, and spyware. They’ll also get you set up with security software for your network and connected devices. The subscription includes help installing and configuring operating system updates, and if your computer happens to crash, Cox will also help you address the issue.

Wiring Repair and Issue Isolation

Sometimes the problem with your connection isn’t on the device itself, and Cox Complete Care covers services like repairing and replacing damaged wires, replacing fittings and outlets necessary for your Internet service, verifying equipment provided by Cox, and identifying and addressing issues with your connection.

Cox Education and Training Bundle

While Cox Complete Care can help you address any issues that come up, employees can also train you in new technology and help you get your network up and running, giving you the tools to address problems on your own. Learn how to create integration across devices, pair different devices using bluetooth, connect your own printers and other WiFi devices, learn how to use new applications, and much more.

If you’re a tech-savvy user who is comfortable finding their own information and troubleshooting issues, Cox Complete Care is probably unnecessary. If you’d like the comfort of having easy access to support for any issues that come up, however, the service is priced affordably.

Cox Consumer Reviews and Ratings

At BroadbandNow we only allow users of a service to rate their provider. We us IP-verification to ensure that the people leaving reviews are current customers of Cox cable. This helps us keep our reviews and ratings unbiased. To date 36,356 consumers have rated their provider.

Of the 36,356 verified users who were asked if they would recommend Cox to a friend. 45.0 said that they would.

Overall, Cox's approval rating of 45.0 is worse than the average provider rated on BroadbandNow.

Cox Communications Availability

Cox internet and cable plans are available in 18 states including Arizona, California, Virginia, and 15 other states. In total they cover 21.1 million consumers. Here you can see the full map of Cox Communication's availability.