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Cox outlines gigabit broadband plans

2014-05-28 10:05 by
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On Thursday, Cox Communications, broadband and cable provider announced that it will roll out gigabit Internet connections in Phoenix; Las Vegas; and Omaha, Nebraska, before expanding to all its markets by the end of 2016.

"We are excited about our road map to offer gigabit speeds to all of our residential customers," said Cox Communications President Pat Esser in a press release. "Starting today, we will begin deploying new technology and infrastructure that will give customers the choice of gigabit speeds in all markets we serve."

Cox also said it will double the speeds of its most popular tiers of internet service for all customers in 2014, with Cox High Speed Internet Preferred customers seeing a 50% increase to 50 megabits per second, and Cox High Speed Internet Premier customers seeing a 50% increase to 100 megabits per second. More than 70% of Cox's high- speed Internet customers subscribe to one of these two service packages.

"Cox has been the digital communications leader in our markets over the past two decades, leading on speed, availability and customer choice and working to continually improve broadband for all customers," Esser said. "We will continue to invest in our network and our product capabilities to help our customers connect to the things they care about most."

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