Call nationwide for $24.95 for the first three months. Since Cox offers a bundle, you can get unlimited calling as a part of the bundle for $30 a month (you also get cable and high speed internet for $30 a month each, too).
- Nationwide Calling
- Bundle with Internet and Cable
- e911 and normal 911
- Monthly Fees: $17.99
- Cancellation Fees: $0.00
- Setup Fees: $0.00
- Long Distance: $0.00/min
- Shipping: $0.00
- Other Fees: N/A
- Call Blocking
- Conference Calling
- Call Forwarding
- Caller ID with Name
- Call Waiting ID
- Enhanced Voice Mail
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Availability: Selected US Metro Areas
Founded in: 1996
Cox Communications is a Internet Service Provider, a Cable Television provider, and a VoIP service/phone service provider in various states around the United States.
Cox operates in the following states:
- Southern California
- Rhode Island
Cox offers digital telephone service: it's basically a crossover between VoIP and POTS (plain-old telephone service). That's nice, especially if you're worried about making emergency calls (Cox powers the phone line for you) when the power is out.
What's not nice about Cox is the cost. $24.95 for unlimited calling is okay - not good, but okay. $90 for internet, cable tv, and phone service isn't bad either. But Cox will lock you in for a two-year contract, while the $90 bundle will only last for the first year.
With phone service, it's worse. Unlimited calling jumps from $24.95 to $39.95 - and you don't get the bells and whistles that might come with a business VoIP service provider.