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hostmonster.com vs Cox Communications
Compare hostmonster.com vs Cox Communications. Find out whether hostmonster.com or Cox Communications is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of hostmonster.com and Cox Communications and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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Hostmonster.com provides excellent business web hosting services -- cheap and affordable, too. With a 1-click install for over 50 scripts and US-based tech support, hostmonster is perfect for webmasters of broad experience levels. With no long-...
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:
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- Founder Year: 1996
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Initially I was unsure... HostMonster's website promises so much and at such a good price, it made me wonder... However, I didn't wonder for long. These guys delivered in a big way. Their customer support is unparalleled. The longest I have ever had to wait for a response was 5 minutes. If for some reason your request is complicated or challenging, they will tell you and have been right on about the amount of time it would take. Account Setup was EASY! I was on live chat for about three minutes and immediately after, I was able to set up the account in FIVE minutes. I now have four websites hosted with HostMonster. Two of which they migrated from a previous host for FREE, and the other two they installed Wordpress and Pligg (+3 premium modules) for FREE. As you can tell, I am a firm believer of HostMonster and really have nothing negative to say about this web hosting company.
It has been and is still a smooth ride right from the beginning with HostMonster. All the technical support is transparent and their "Help" categories are well written and right to the point. Actually, I cannot rate their customer relations since I have never had to deal with them; everything has worked fine. I have never received a complaint or experienced any problems about speed or access to my site. The price is competitive and I feel I am getting a lot more than what I have paid for. I am extremely pleased with all aspects of HostMonster!
I moved to Cox Cable because of the decent price they were offering which works for what I needed, but instead they sold me something I absolutely did not need. When I called back after a month(Just trying to be nice so I tried it out)to cancel the services I did not need, once again a customer rep( Shannon from Las Vegas)was doing everything she can to discourage me from removing some of my services. Why can't they understand that some people just don't need/want the services they are trying to shove down your throat. Who needs a home phone this days? And cable, one day will be obsolete!!! Cox cable is now turning out to be a bad decision I made. I guess cancelation is my best option
I was dumb enough to fall for the bundle from Cox for TV, Internet, and Phone. I did explain at the time that I only needed basic phone service with NO long distance, no added features, and a minimum charge for the phone service. The first month bill came in with charges for both long distance and collect calls. I live alone and know I did not place the calls or accept any collect calls. Checking the bill ALL of the long distance calls were operater assisted calls. I called Cox and was told by the CSR that they would check to find out why the blocks weren't working, then transferred to billing where the calls were credited back to my account. Second month: More charges for both long distance and collect calls! Same proceedure, called customer service and was told that she would escalate the issue to tech support to find out why the blocks were not working then another transfer to billing (with the long hold time, of course) where I was issued a credit. Third month: $300 dollars in long distance and collect calls! Again, called Customer Service where they will send the issue to tech support to find out why the blocks weren't working, and another transfer to billing where I was told that they can't block those calls AND that they don't issue credit for them! I called their corporate office in Atlanta and spoke to the problem resolution people who told me: They CAN block those calls and will find out why the block isn't working. They DID issue a credit for the calls. THEN they explained that if you have an answering machine and it picks up you WILL be charged for a collect call, even though you didn't actually answer the phone! They never did explain the operated assisted long distance calls though, or why their system isn't blocking them!