Cox Internet Internet, the biggest provider of broadband Internet access to households, has begun to increase prices on its Internet service.
The company announced on Monday that it would start charging customers who subscribe to more than three months of the company’s Internet service $60 per month.
The price increase comes as Cox is also launching a wireless Internet package with plans starting at $70 per month for the first six months.
The Wireless Internet Package will offer customers access to more devices and content, as well as more apps and services, according to Cox.
Cox also announced that it will launch an in-home wireless broadband service that is being sold for $40 per month, which will offer up to six wireless devices, and will offer “all the tools you need to manage your network,” according to a statement.
The Cox Wireless Internet package will be available to customers in select markets across the country.
In addition, Cox has also started offering the company a new Wireless Internet Service Plan that will include a $50 discount for customers who sign up for the Wireless Internet plan.
This plan will include unlimited data and up to five hotspots.
The first customers to sign up will receive the Wireless Service Plan in the first quarter of 2019.
Customers who sign-up for the Cox Wireless Service Packages will receive an additional $50 off of the initial package price of $60.
Cox Internet customers who already subscribe to Cox’s Internet packages will be able to take advantage of the new service, according a Cox spokesperson.
The announcement comes on the heels of Cox announcing that it has signed a deal with AT&T to provide the company with the ability to access more of its fiber optic network for the next six months, beginning with Cox’s existing fiber network.
AT&E recently announced that the two companies will begin a nationwide test of their fiber optic networks in 2020.