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ATLANTA, Sept. 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Cox Communications today officially introduced its “Unbelievably Fair(SM)” mobile phone plans in San Diego and Santa Barbara, Calif. The addition of these markets completes Cox’s rollout of wireless service in California. Late last year, Orange County, Calif. was one of the company’s first markets to launch Cox Wireless.

Today, Cox Wireless is also available in Omaha, Neb., Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Okla., Rhode Island, Hampton Roads, Roanoke and Northern Virginia and Cox communities in Connecticut and Cleveland, Ohio. By the end of this year, Cox Wireless will be available in more than 50% of its footprint, including Topeka and Wichita, Kansas and much of Northwest Arkansas.

“Beginning today, Cox Wireless is now available across our entire California footprint,” said Kelly Williams, Cox’s vice president of wireless products and operations. “In Orange County and across our Wireless markets, customers are responding very enthusiastically to Cox Wireless. We are excited to bring our unbelievably fair approach to wireless to consumers in San Diego and Santa Barbara.”

Adding to its rich value proposition, including MoneyBack Minutes(SM) and Bundle Benefits(SM), Cox’s new Talk List provides another way for qualified Cox Wireless customers to get more value and save calling minutes. Customers subscribing to monthly wireless plans of 800 minutes or more can enjoy unlimited free calling between any of the numbers on their Talk List*. In addition, the company has also recently introduced a new Mexico Calling Plan to lower per minute rates to mobile and landline phones in Mexico, especially along the border like Ciudad Juarez. International Plans are also available.

For more information about Cox Wireless service and details on devices and rate plans, including images and videos, visit www.unbelievablyfairwireless.com or www.cox.com (choose Virginia, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Ohio, Omaha, Neb., Orange County, Calif. or Oklahoma.)

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