Cox Communications is ranked #17 of the largest provider in the U.S., in terms of availability to customers.
Cox Communications offers Internet service to approximately 22,601,025 people in 162 counties over 16 states.
Cox Communications offers Internet service via the following technology: Cable.
Commonly referred to as Cox Cable, Cox Communications was founded in 1962. As the 3rd largest cable television and Internet provider in the country, Cox Cable currently services around 6.2 million customers. Of those 6.2 million customers, 3.5 million are Internet subscribers, 3.2 million subscribe to digital phone, and 2.9 million subscribe to cable television.
Cox Communications was founded in 1964. Their Business division was started in 1993 and now provides 260,000 small companies with internet and TV services, making them fourth largest business provider in the U.S. Cox Communication is able to provide 18 states with internet, with the most coverage in Arizona, Virginia, and California.
All customers are subject to a credit report upon service request from Cox Communications. Once signed up, you agree to pay all bill by the date on the statement and if you fail to do so or a payment is reject, Cox Communications holds the right to fine your account. If your bill is sent to a collection agency, you are subject to a $20 fee and an additional $20 fee if you choose to reactivate your account. If you opt for paperless billing, Cox will no longer send you paper bills.
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