Cox Communications Plans to Bring High-Speed ​​Internet and Other Services to Collinsville | New


From staff reports

Cox Communications announced plans to expand fiber-based broadband Internet, TV, phone and automation services to Collinsville later this year.

Collinsville Mayor Larry Shafer joined Cox Tulsa Market Vice President Roger Ramseyer to make the announcement Thursday night at the Collinsville Chamber’s Summerfest.

“We are excited to welcome Cox and the expansion of its services to the town of Collinsville in the months ahead,” Shafer said in a statement. “Our residents and businesses will soon be able to have another great option when purchasing high-speed digital services. We look forward to continuing our partnership with Cox Communications to ensure that all parts of our growing community – individuals, education, businesses, non-profit organizations and city government — have access to the latest technology to carry out their respective missions.”

Creating digital equity in underserved and rural communities is a key initiative of Cox’s multi-billion dollar annual investment in the network. Over the past 10 years, Cox has invested more than $19 billion in network and product upgrades to deliver powerful residential broadband Internet, TV, phone, and security and automation services. , as well as broadband offerings for businesses such as its cloud and edge computing services. .

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“We are excited to bring new Internet access and capabilities, including gigabit symmetric broadband, to families, students and businesses in Collinsville,” Ramseyer said in a statement. “Working with community leaders, we will take a giant step towards bridging the digital divide in the community with a cutting-edge network and essential services.”

Cox has begun initial construction and expects to bring customers online in the fall.


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