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Cox offers internet, cable TV, home phone, and security services to more than 6.5 million customers. Do you want to get Cox TV or internet service? Check out our coverage map or enter your zip code below to see if Cox is available in your neighborhood:
Cox offers cable internet service in 18 states across the US including California, Ohio, and Massachusetts. Cox’s home internet packages offer download speeds between 10 Mbps to 940 Mbps, and they come with access to Cox’s network of Wi-Fi hotspots.
Cox’s fiber internet network is currently a work in progress, and whether or not your house can get fiber depends on where you live. But Cox fiber internet offers faster internet performance and upload speeds compared to Cox cable internet, so we’d recommend springing for fiber if it’s available in your neighborhood.
Check out our full Cox internet review to learn more about Cox internet plans and speed options.
As a Cox TV subscriber, you get a full lineup of HD channels, and you can add premium services such as HBO Max™ or SHOWTIME® during the checkout process.
Visit our full Cox TV review to learn more about the provider’s TV options.
If you want to save time and enjoy the convenience of a single bill, you can bundle Cox phone, cable TV, and cable internet services. Cox also offers home security services, although you won’t get a bundle discount by adding them to your subscription.
Read our Cox bundle review to learn more about the provider’s bundling options.
If you live in a state with Cox service, you can get Cox cable internet at your home. Enter your zip code below to see if Cox internet is available in your area.
Cox’s fiber-optic internet network is primarily available for Cox Business customers.
But for home customers, Cox fiber availability depends on whether Cox has upgraded its local networks in your service area or not. If you want fiber internet, we’d recommend contacting Cox customer service at +1-800-234-3993 to confirm fiber availability beforehand.
Cox is available in only 18 states, so it’s not technically nationwide. The provider has a footprint in these states across the country: