Do you need to make your Cox Cable bill payment? Or are you a new customer and want to find out more about the company? Discover bill payment options, account opening and closing, and general contact information. To make a payment online or manage your account, follow the link provided below on this page to the Cox Cable login. You will also find useful bill pay information such as the Cox customer service number, payment mailing address, and billing phone number below.
How Do I Pay My Cox Cable Bill?
You can pay your Cox Cable bill online, by phone, or by mail as shown below.
Pay Online: Once you have opened an online account, you can make bill payments, check your balance, enroll in paperless billing and view your payment history. Cox EasyPay allows you to set up safe, automatic and recurrent payments that are deducted from you checking or savings bank account or credit card every month. To make your Cox bill payment online click the “Login Here” button below to login, register, view your bill or manage your account online.
Cox Payment Mailing Address: The Cox Communications payment mailing address is: Cox Communications, Inc., P.O. Box 78071, Phoenix, AZ 85062-8071.
Be sure to include your Cox Cable account number on first financial bank texas customer service number money order or check. To ensure your Cox payment is received on time it is recommended that you mail your payment at least 5 business days prior to the due date shown on your monthly billing statement. If you have received a paper bill, detach the payment coupon and place it with your money order or check into a standard envelope and mail it to the payment address listed on your bill.
Pay by Phone: The Cox Cable bill payment phone number is: 1-800-234-3993. You can make a payment by telephoning the number listed on your Cox Cable bill. An automated voice service will guide you through the payment process. If you make a payment via a Cox Cable customer service representative, you will be charged a $10.00 fee for the representative-assisted bill payment. You can only call and speak to a representative during regular business hours for this service: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.; Saturday, 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Pay in Person: Visit the cox.com website and look up the address of your nearest retail store where you can make the payment by searching the “contact us” page. Simply enter your zip code in the onscreen box and click on “map it” to show the nearest Solutions Store.
Pay by Mobile Device: Using Cox Mobile Connect allows customers to pay bills via their smart phone or other mobile device. Access your online account, choose “view/bill pay” on cox.com and make your payment via credit card.
Check the Status of recent Payments: If you want to find out, whether or not a bill payment you made has been posted to your account, sign into your online account and select “view recent activity” under your “My Account” option. The screen that opens up will show your past and pending payments.
Cox Customer Service
Visit the cox.com website for online chats with a representative or call 1-877-832-7658 FREE for 24/7 tech support.
Account Opening and Closing
For online order or subscriber assistance call 1-866-961-0027 FREE during the above mentioned business hours.
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11-11-2011, 09:02 PM
whaaaa? we have COX basic cable (basic in my mind being tcm,history, discovery and what not but not HBO and all those sport and entertainment chanels)and wireless internet and are paying about $120.00. We barely even watch tv! The owner of our condo left a large screen HD TV.which we only watch the morning news on. I wonder if we spirit airlines phone number usa paying extra for HD? Please advise
south florida state college panther central, 09:11 PM
My bill is just under $77 per month. That's for basic cable $17.99), high speed internet ($45.99) and a landline ($6.84). With taxes and fees, my monthly bill is $76.96.
11-12-2011, 06:35 AM
I am san diego cox cable pay bill happy with U Verse. Super hi speed wireless works well. TV/DVR/ yada yada 300 channels. $107/mo. In addition when I call I get a real person within 2 clicks.solve the problems. Installation is on time and precise. No issues. Their introductory specials are good and you can bundle which also saves $$.
11-12-2011, 08:06 AM
Super happy UVerse customer here. What I like over the cable companies ( Time Warner or Cox).
11-13-2011, 09:25 AM
I'll never use ATT again. Some idiot with a huge moving truck plowed down our street ripping everyone's lines out. I called ATT and my phone comp even though the provider I used at the time only leased the lines. I told them you have lines down all up and down the street. San diego cox cable pay bill neighbor who is elderly was freaking out at what happened and thought someone might get hurt. All the service reps and sups could screech at me is that they would hook me back up for around 100 bucks as I was liable for the line from the house to the pole. I explained that I know my rights and I had better have 911 service shortly. This was to both providers yet both wanted me to shell out a hundred bucks to get hooked back up.
I was fuming at this point. Within one hour a TW truck was out front san diego cox cable pay bill up damaged lines. I talked to him about the mess and he said he'd hook me up and wave the install fees. Done deal and now I have unlimited long distance calling at a reasonable price especially since I could now bundle services.
The irony is that within 48 hours ATT and the other isp were trying to contact me every way possible to get me back as a customer. I told them the same thing, "I wouldn't use you again if it was free".
11-13-2011, 12:35 PM
Most people think U-Verse is DSL because for most people, pnc bank open near me is DSL. For over 90% of their installation, AT&T runs fiber to the node (FTTN)--those green junction boxes you see on the street, and then goes over copper (i.e. old phone wire) for the last few hundred feet to your house. There are instances where you get fiber to the home (FTTH), like the person below says they have. But for the vast majority, it is running over copper wires in either ADSL2+ or VDSL configurations. Much different than your grandma's DSL from a decade (or even 3-4 years) ago, but certainly still DSL.
That said, it is still a fine service from a technical point of view (good box, good speed, stable) coupled with typical AT&T customer service. Had zero issues with my service other than price increases that I didn't consider worth it. Just compare your options and realize that once it is setup and working, and the bill is correct, your interaction with customer service *should* be minimal.
11-13-2011, 09:22 PM
We are forced to work with AT&T for my sister's account up in Woodland. She has mental health issues, and can only tolerate limited stress. Not too long ago, my DH sorted out her service (which had been out for months because she felt traumatized by trying, herself, to work with AT&T. By the time he managed to get things sorted out, he told her that trauma was in no way her mental health issues showing up . he could barely tolerate it himself!!!
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11-15-2011, 12:45 PM
San Diego, etc does NOT use Motorola. It's SA and Pioneer. I'm staring at one of each in my office downtown.
02-13-2012, 09:31 AM
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02-18-2012, 03:30 AM
I had uverse a few years ago not long after it came out and it san diego cox cable pay bill disconnect a LOT! Very annoying because you would be without internet AND TV. They did make things right by compensating and giving discounts for so many months due to the outages. When I first called to sign up they ran a credit check and wanted a huge deposit, There are ways around it though I do not know if the reps get commission for each sign up/install, but I called back a few times and finally got a rep to get a supervisor on the phone who was able to set me up with no deposit or credit card on file. I wont say how they did it but it is possible.
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AT&T vs. Cox: Which Internet Provider Is Best for You?
AT&T and Cox ranked second and fourth respectively in our annual customer satisfaction report. Customers scored them similarly in reliability and speed, but Cox customers are slightly more satisfied with their customer service than AT&T customers. Both AT&T and Cox received their lowest scores in the price category, but AT&T edged out Cox with a 3.5 satisfaction score compared to Cox’s 3.3.
It’s worth noting that AT&T’s fiber internet customers gave higher ratings in every category compared to the ISP’s DSL customers, especially in the speed and customer service categories. Overall, AT&T fiber customers rated it 3.8, but it’s DSL score is 3.6. So customers actually rated AT&T fiber first, then Cox, and finally AT&T DSL.
Neither ISP has glaring faults—both ranked in the top half of 12 in every category. You’ll probably get satisfactory service from either one. But numbers-wise, AT&T has happier customers.
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