Wow, I could have told them they shouldn’t bother with wireless.
First of all Cox priced themselves out of the market. They have a relatively small physical footprint, and they wanted $70 which when taxes and fees were applied probably rose to $90 a month.
For what? I pay $50 for UNLIMITED voice, text and net/web. So why the hell would I pay close to $100 a month for a service with a smaller physical footprint?
I didn’t, and a lot of other people didn’t either. That is why Cox was pretty much forced to sell off their spectrum grab.
What concerns me is that now two companies, at&t and Verizon control almost ALL the wireless spectrum in the United States.
It’s going to get ugly.