Cox Brings Gigabit Speeds to Virginia Development

  • Cox Communications
CHESAPEAKE, VA — Cox Communications announced that its gigabit Internet service for residential customers is coming to Viridian Reserve at Hickory, a new development in Chesapeake, Virginia. The company will offer speeds 100 times faster than the average speed in the U.S. today. This deployment represents Cox Communications' first gigabit service in Va.

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

Cox will expand the availability of residential gigabit Internet speeds to new developments across Virginia and in Cox locations across the country. The company said the service launched this month in parts of the Phoenix Metropolitan area. It will have gigabit speeds in all of its markets by the end of 2016. Cox has been deploying gigabit speeds to businesses for more than 10 years.

Today's announcement follows the increased speeds for subscribers of the two most popular tiers of Internet service for the company. Earlier this year, Cox High Speed Internet Preferred was increased from 25 megabits per second to 50 megabits per second. Cox High Speed Internet Premier increased from 50 megabits per second to 100 megabits per second. These tiers represent more than 70 percent of Cox's high-speed Iternet customers.

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