Simply put, your Internet speed is how much capacity your connection provides. More capacity means less congestion and faster speeds. Think of it like a highway with more lanes.
For example, 50 Mbps Internet speeds can:
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Based on your family’s usage needs, the Cox Speed Advisor can help you find your ideal speed.
With in-home WiFi, stream movies, videos, music, and surf the web from anywhere in your home on any WiFi-enabled device. And save money on your smartphone data allowance by connecting smartphones to your in-home WiFi.
Ensure your in-home WiFi operates at peak performance with these helpful tips:
The latest equipment helps you get the most from your online experience. Cox requires a DOCIS 3.0 modem for Preferred and higher tier Internet services, and recommends it overall for its high-speed support.