Cox Go All Digital
- Find out more about converting a Cox cable television subscription to 100% digital picture and the benefits that come along with it
- Cox cable customers who have a box receiver are already digital. Only customers with a direct cable connection from the wall will need to convert
- A charge of $2.99 a month will be added for digital cable customers who use a mini box
Cox cable customers can find out more about converting their cable television package to a 100% digital picture. Customers who convert their Cox cable subscription to all digital will also receive the benefits of an on-screen program guide, parental controls, and all of their local channels in HD.
More about Cox Communications:
- Cox Communications was founded in 1962, and has nearly 3 million digital cable subscribers
- Cox is the seventh largest telephone service provider in the nation. Cox first launched digital cable in 1997, and started notifying customers in 2014 that they would begin converting to digital only service
- Cox Communications became the subject of jokes in 2008 when they introduced a new mascot, “Digital Max.” The mascot was widely panned by critics, and Cox dropped their “Digital Max” mascot after just two years of use
Cox cable customers with only wall connected cable will be required to order additional equipment (like a cable box) to make their service all digital. If your Cox cable ready TVs already have a Cox box, your TV is already digital. Installing a Cox Communications digital cable box is simple, with color coded cables that allow the customer to do their own installation. The Cox cable box isn’t wireless, but requires a coaxial or HDMI connection. A charge of $2.99 per month, per mini box will be assessed for Cox digital customers.
To contact Cox Communications headquarters:
- Cox Communications, 6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road NE, Atlanta, GA 30328