Cox Wireless Offers 'Unbelievably Fair' Service to Californians
Cox Wireless recently announced that it has completed the roll-out of wireless services to its entire footprint in the state of California. It has added the markets of San Diego and Santa Barbara to its existing coverage in Orange County. Now, all Cox Communications cable/internet customers can also choose Cox Wireless cell service if they so choose. Cox also offers wireless services in a handful of other markets, including Omaha, Neb., Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Okla., Rhode Island; Hampton Roads and Roanoke, Va.; and portions of Connecticut and Cleveland, Ohio. Cox Wireless said it is on target to cover more than 50% of its cable/internet footprint with wireless by the end of this year. Markets planned for later this year include Topeka and Wichita, Kan., and much of northwest Arkansas.
Sprint to Use Cox's Infrastructure for Some Backhaul
Sprint and Cox Communications today said they've agreed to work together to improve one another's businesses. Sprint plans to use Cox's broadband infrastructure to improve its macro backhaul performance, as well as to densify its wireless network through the use of small cells.
YouTube TV Hits 12 More Markets
YouTube TV has expanded once again to 12 new markets around the country. The additional cities of Cleveland, Denver, Greensboro, Harrisburg, Hartford, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Milwaukee, Oklahoma City, Salt Lake City, San Diego, and St.
AT&T Adds More Live Local Channels to DirecTV Now
AT&T today said its DirecTV Now streaming television service has access to even more live local channels, including 25 new ABC, NBC, and FOX affiliates. Some of the new markets include Buffalo, N.Y., Grand Rapids, Mich., Little Rock, Ark., Myrtle Beach, S.C., Palm Springs, Calif, and Tulsa, Okla.
AT&T Debuts Wireless/DirecTV Bundles
AT&T today rolled out combined wireless and television packages that rely on its recent acquisition of DirecTV. The basic package includes four wireless lines with unlimited talk and text with 10 GB of shared data and HD television service with up to four receivers (DirecTV or U-verse) for a combined price of $200 per month.