There will soon be competition for broadband internet, cable TV and telephone service in Maricopa.
Cox Communications has confirmed it will bring its full suite of services to town this year with work beginning in early summer. No launch date for service has yet been announced.
“I am excited to say that it is true,” said Andrea Katsenes, Cox’ director of media relations for Arizona about the Maricopa service rollout. “We have been reaching out to individual HOAs to get their consent to build into their communities and many have started to engage their residents and legal teams for contract reviews.”
Cox said it will be contacting HOAs to explain available plans and marketing initiatives and asked prospective customers to reach out to their homeowners’ associations for that information.
In a communication to local HOAs, Cox said there will be no financial obligation to the associations. The company will fund the entire build.
Cox will offer services including 1GB internet speeds via fiber line that will allow it to provide, “fast internet, reliable voice services, robust cable TV platform, Cox Homelife service, and commercial-grade home office services.”
Cox is the largest private broadband company in the United States, providing service to more than 7 million individual customers in 16 states.