Cox Communications on Tuesday confirmed that it will offer a wireless service that integrates all the cable company's offerings into one device.
"I won't divulge too many secrets here, but we'll focus on providing simple calling plans, integrating all our services into one device with a consistent cross-platform interface; and making our content and applications mobile," Patrick Esser, Cox president, said in prepared remarks before the Progress and Freedom Foundation's annual tech policy summit in Aspen, Colorado.
Cox, bidding as Cox Wireless, dropped more than $304 million in March for 22 licenses in the 700 MHz band, which is considered highly valuable for its wireless broadband capabilities.
Esser said Tuesday that Cox will invest a total of $500 million in wireless spectrum.
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