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Cox Gigablast internet

Gigablast is the fastest Cox internet plan, delivering download speeds up to 940 Mbps. See how Gigablast compares to other Cox internet plans, as well as similar gigabit plans from other providers.

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What is Cox Gigablast?

Cox Gigablast is a Cox internet plan that delivers speeds up to 940 Mbps or “1 Gig.” With internet speeds this fast, you can connect more devices, enjoy more online activities and the reliable high-quality performance you’ve been seeking. 

Cox Gigablast details and plan pricing

Cox Gigablast bundles

Bundle Cox Gigablast internet with TV or home phone services from Cox to maximize your savings and simplify your monthly bill. Take a look at some bundles that may be available near your location. 

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How does Cox Gigablast compare?

When shopping for internet service, you’ll want to compare service between providers and the plans each provider has to offer. Here’s a look at how Cox Gigablast compares to similar plans from other providers and to other Cox internet plans.

Cox Gigablast vs. other gig internet providers

Nearly every major cable or fiber provider offers a gigabit plan. Cox’s version of gigabit service is fairly similar to other providers in many ways.

  • Starting price: $99.99/mo. is a little higher than most. Some providers offer gig service for around $80/mo.
  • Speeds: 940 Mbps download is comparable to the competition, 35 Mbps upload is not. Providers like CenturyLink offer equal upload and download speeds of 940 Mbps.
  • Data caps: 1.25 TB/mo. is higher than most providers with a data cap, but many like Spectrum, Verizon and AT&T do not have data caps.
  • Equipment cost: $10.99/mo. is lower than most device rental fees and there’s an option to use your own.

Gigablast vs. other Cox internet plans

Gigablast is going to be the highest-priced Cox internet plan, but it also comes with the most value because it offers the most speed for the cost.

Gigablast is a huge speed jump from the Internet Preferred plan and below, but the average household probably won’t be able to tell much of a difference between Gigablast and the Internet Ultimate plan. 500 Mbps is ample speed for streaming and gaming, but the added speed you get with Gigablast for only an additional $20/mo. makes the value hard to pass up.

Is Cox Gigablast worth it?

If you’re thinking about upgrading to Cox Gigablast, here are a few things you’ll want to consider beforehand:

  • Are there multiple internet users in your home? 
  • Are there multiple devices in your home, including smart home devices, smartphones and laptops?
  • Do you enjoy streaming in HD, gaming and downloading large files instantaneously?

If you answered yes to any of the questions above, Cox Gigablast can enhance your internet experience. 

What comes with Cox Gigablast


Cox Gigablast FAQs

Is Cox Gigablast available in my area?

Internet speeds up to 1,000 Mbps are available in 97% of Cox coverage areas, according to the FCC. So if you live in an area serviceable for Cox internet, there is a good chance Gigablast will be available at your address.

No. Cox Gigablast is subject to the same data caps as other Cox plans, 1.25 TB/mo. Going over your data limit may result in an added fee of $10 per 50 GB block needed to compensate for your data overage.

With download speeds up to 940 Mbps, Gigablast is the fastest internet plan from Cox. Upload speeds can reach 940 Mbps or 35 Mbps, depending on which network type is available at your address.

In many locations, yes, Gigablast uses a fiber connection capable of delivering symmetrical download and upload speeds up to 940 Mbps. In locations where Cox’s fiber network does not yet reach, Cox uses a cable network.

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Taylor Gadsden

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Taylor Gadsden

Writer, Broadband & Wireless Content

Taylor is a veteran member of the Allconnect content team and has spearheaded a number of projects, including a data piece on the top fiber cities in the U.S. and a troubleshooting guide on how to connect your p… Read more

Robin Layton

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Robin Layton

Editor, Broadband & Wireless Content

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