February 20th, 2015
Cox Cable customers in San Diego are now able to enjoy even more of the high speed service they enjoy in their home, out and about in the city. Cox recently rolled out 250 new Wi-Fi hot spots in the San Diego area, turning on locations in Imperial Beach, Chula Vista, North Park, Hillcrest, Point Loma, Ocean Beach and National City as well as the Cox Cable stores in the county.
Cox Cable customers who have the Preferred package, Premier package, or the Ultimate Internet service package will have free access to all Cox Cable Wi-Fi hot spots.
“That is the majority of our customers,” Cox spokeswoman Ceanne Guerra said in a press release. “Basically 75 percent of our customers have one of those levels of service.”
Those customers who do not have the Preferred, Premier or Ultimate package will not be able to access the hot spots for free, but can add an additional package to their current service or upgrade to one of the eligible services that has free access. Customers with the Cox Essential Internet service will get free access to the service for a limited amount of time to try it out.
“We have about a one-hour trial,” Guerra said. “They will be able to test it even if they are not Cox customers.”
There are over 300,000 Wi-Fi hot spots across the United States that Cox customers can enjoy free of charge as long as they have one of the corresponding internet service packages that it is included. Cox has also recently rolled out Wi-Fi hot spots in Las Vegas, Phoenix, Connecticut, Virginia and Idaho.
The Cox Wi-Fi hot spots offer high speed access to Cox Cable customers with certain packages free of charge, with speeds up to 15Mbps so they can enjoy high speed access wherever they are.
To take advantage of the Wi-Fi hotspots and other services, visit GetCableNow.net today!
February 17th, 2015
With everyone having smart phones now and seemingly everyone having home computers with internet access, finding the right high speed internet service can be a hassle. If you’re not sure what to get as far as speed or package wise, you can quickly find yourself spending way more money that you ever expected. You may not need that 50Mbps down speeds because all you do is check e-mail and read the news. It’s critical to make sure you’re not wasting money for what you don’t need.
Here are three tips for saving money on your high speed internet services.
1. Bundle together your home services. Many high speed internet providers now offer bundle packages so you can group together your services. If you also have phone and television service, most companies can offer a package deal that will save you money on your monthly bill. Often this will give you the best bang for your buck.
2. Change your cable providers. If you’re not bound by a cancellation fee consider changing who your internet provider is. Often times you can get yourself a good introductory deal for high speed internet that will last for 12 months before you’re back to the rate you were likely paying for previously. Even if you’re in a contract and have a penalty for leaving early, you can still in the long run save money.
3. Threaten to cancel and negotiate your bill. If you can’t get out of a provider contract, sometimes you can threaten to cancel your services and they will send you to customer retention services. Often, you can talk your way into getting whatever promotions are currently going on and will save money on your bill. Be prepared for a hassle though, because these aren’t easy to get.
When you are ready to make the switch to high speed cable internet, go to fastcableinternet.com.
January 25th, 2014
Satellite internet is becoming a more and more popular choice of internet service in rural areas of the USA. When demand increases, more companies open offering the service. Such is the case with Calera Satellite Service, a new high speed internet provider offering high speed satellite broadband service in 80,000+ cities across America, many of these in rural areas of the United States where no cable or DSL service is available. Three different service plans are offered catering to different types of internet users. Calera is headquartered in Jacksonville, FL and founded by Brent Constantz, a green tech entrepreneur.
January 17th, 2014
SatelliteTechnology.org announced their winners for satellite internet service providers yesterday and no surprise Exede Internet came away with the #1 overall award. Other winners included:
Check out satellitetechnology.org to found out more info!
January 15th, 2014
DISH CEO Charlie Ergen
Back in April 2013 Dish Network offered up a $25.5 Billion bid to buy out Sprint that they thought was so wrapped up it even had a site setup www.completedishsolution.com (not up anymore, obviously!). Ultimately the deal fell through but the two have now worked out a deal to deliver home internet via a fixed wireless technology. Really this is just a repackaging of Clearwire’s wireless spectrum, which was bought out by Sprint back in July 2013.
The technology will ultimately aim to compete with growing satellite internet options in rural America where inadequate high speed options are the norm.