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Cox Bundles: Cable TV and Internet Packages

We dug into download speeds, channel counts, and more so you can find the right Cox bundle for you.

Price: $56.99–$209.99/mo.*

Channel count: 75–140+

Internet speed: 25 Mbps–940 Mbps

Price* Download speeds up to Channel count Home phone Details
$149.99/mo. 150 Mbps 140+ N/A View plan
$189.99/mo. 500 Mbps 140+ Voice Preferred View plan
$209.99/mo. 940 Mbps 140+ Voice Preferred View plan

*For 12 mos. w/ 1-yr. term agrmt.

Data effective as of post date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

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Are Cox TV and internet bundles good?

Cox offers cable-based internet, TV, and phone service, which makes for a wide variety of bundling options. If you like the convenience of a single provider bill, Cox can do that for you.

There’s some trade-off for that convenience, though. While Cox’s internet and phone service is good-to-excellent across its various pricing tiers, its cable TV service is just adequate (unless you buy the most expensive plan available). While you’re exploring our research and making your decision, be sure to check out this article to be aware of any hidden costs.

Pros

  • Wide variety of bundling options
  • Good-to-excellent internet and phone service

Cons

  • So-so TV service
  • 12–24 mo. contracts depending on the plan

Best Cox bundles

Price* Download speeds up to Channel count Details
$149.99/mo. 150 Mbps 140+ View plan
$189.99/mo. 940 Mbps 140+ View plan

*For 12 mos. w/ 1-yr. term agrmt.

Data effective as of post date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

We like the Cox Internet Gigablast + Contour TV Preferred because it delivers fast internet speeds as well as a decent amount of popular cable channels. You won’t get a bundle discount, but you’ll get a single bill.

That said, we think in most cases, it makes more sense to get a Cox standalone internet package and then sign up for a live TV streaming service to save money over convenience.

Cox bundle plans and prices

Cox internet and TV packages

Price* Download speeds up to Channel count Details
$149.99/mo. 150 Mbps 140+ View plan
$189.99/mo. 500 Mbps 140+ View plan
$189.99/mo. 940 Mbps 140+ View plan

*For 12 mos. w/ 1-yr. term agrmt.

Data effective as of post date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

As you can see, Cox currently doesn’t offer much in the way of internet and TV bundles. And when push comes to shove, the bundles Cox does offer are on the pricier side of things. So we say skip ‘em and go with a standalone Cox internet package.

Cox internet, TV, and phone packages

Price* Download speeds up to Channel count Details
$169.99/mo. 150 Mbps 140+ View plan
$189.99/mo. 500 Mbps 140+ View plan
$209.99/mo. 940 Mbps 140+ View plan

*For 12 mos. w/ 1-yr. term agrmt.

Data effective as of post date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

Again, Cox bundles aren’t the best bang for your buck compared to the competition. But if you’re looking to splurge, Cox Internet Ultimate 500 + Contour TV Preferred Plus at $189.99 a month wouldn’t be a bad deal for heavy internet multitaskers and demanding TV watchers.

Cox bundle deals

When you opt for a Cox triple bundle of internet, TV, and phone service, Voice Preferred is essentially thrown in for free on top of an internet and TV package. The value here depends on if you want or need a landline phone in 2021 (we don’t, but maybe you do).

Most Cox cable bundles include free pro installation with the listed price. That’s about it for “deals” here. But Cox does periodically offer other kinds of deals if you’re looking for some freebies.

Our final take on Cox TV and internet bundles

There’s not a whole lot of options when it comes to Cox bundles. And the bundles Cox does offer are pretty darn expensive.

If you’re trying to keep costs down, we’d suggest getting a standalone internet plan and either streaming your TV with a separate service or buying an antenna (or both). Cox’s cheaper TV plans don’t bring much in the way of value to the bundle solution.

Cox bundles FAQ

Does Cox offer home security services?

Cox offers Homelife security and smart-home automation in a combo package for $54.99 a month, or smart-home automation alone for $29.99 a month. On some internet bundles, smart-home automation can be added for an extra $10 a month. Home security has to be added separately, and there’s no bundle discount.

Is Cox internet service DSL, cable, or fiber?

Like its TV service, Cox residential internet is carried by coaxial cable, which is much faster than DSL but slightly slower than fiber. Cox does offer fiber internet service in some areas of the US, but it’s available only to professionals through Cox Business.

Do I get a better deal by ordering internet, TV and phone together?

When you bundle Cox cable TV, internet, and phone together, you basically get your phone service free. If you want a home phone on hand for emergencies, Cox bundles are an affordable solution. View Cox plans.

Do I have to sign Cox’s service agreement?

Cox’s service agreements, which lock in a price for 12 months, aren’t mandatory to sign up for service. You can opt out of the agreement at checkout, but doing so will add an extra $10 to your monthly bill. If you’re not planning on staying with Cox for long, it might be worth skipping the agreement.

What is the best Cox bundle?

While Cox prices are high, its bundles game is strong. Whether you’re packaging cable and internet or those two services plus phone, there are options aplenty.

If you’re going to combine all three service options, the Internet Gigablast + Contour TV Preferred + Voice Preferred is the one we recommend. This package is $209.99 a month—sometimes it’s offered at a promotional rate so be sure to ask about deals and promotions before ordering.

The fast download speeds included in this bundle—up to 940 Mbps—are great for a multi-user household. Run a nearly unlimited amount of devices simultaneously without worrying that they’ll slow the others down. TV watchers will appreciate more than 140 TV channels that come with the package, with favorites like ESPN, FXX, and Sundance.

View the Cox bundles options to determine which best suits your needs.

What is the cheapest Cox TV package?

Cox’s TV Starter package is its cheapest option but there are other ways to spend less money and get what this one gives you. It’s focused on local channels, so you can connect to your local ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, and FOX affiliate networks. HSN, QVC, and Daystar are also part of the channel mix. The bulk of the channels remaining are music listening stations.

If local channels are your main focus when it comes to TV viewing, an over-the-air antenna will get you what you need with a one-time purchase rather than a monthly subscription.

Cox’s next step up is the Contour TV Preferred package at $90 a month with more than 140 channels. We have researched Cox TV packages and bundles so that you can sink into your sofa to view just what you want.

How much is Cox Internet and cable per month?

Cox internet and cable TV packages range in price from $56.99–$209.99 a month for the first 12 months with a one-year term agreement.

Does Cox have a senior discount?

Cox doesn’t currently have any cable TV or internet discounts for seniors. Its TV Starter package is $50 a month. It doesn’t include premium channels but it does get you connected to local stations, shopping networks, and more than 50 music channels.

How do I get the best deal from Cox?

New or existing customers can call a Cox representative at 1-855-472-4577 and ask them directly about any and all opportunities for saving money.