Starlink vs Cox: How Do They Compare?

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Today, we are going to take a look at both of these Internet providers to find out what makes them different. Additionally, we will tell you which one may be right for you. Let’s get started.

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Starlink‘s ultimate goal is to provide internet to rural users internationally. Cox also provides high-speed internet, but its services are primarily intended for residential and commercial users.

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Data delivery refers to how an internet connection is provided to the user. Both companies have the same end result (high-speed internet), but their methods of data delivery are different.

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Data delivery

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In ideal circumstances, Starlink can reach speeds of 150 to 200 Mbps with a ping of less than 200 ms. The highest speeds available for most Cox users are around 1 Gbps, or 1,000 Mbps.

Speed and reliability

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Starlink requires a custom equipment package in order to be operational. In most residential situations, no extra equipment is needed for Cox’s internet connections.

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Equipment

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1. Starlink uses a network of low-orbiting satellites to provide the Internet. 2. Starlink’s service isn’t available everywhere yet.

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3. Starlink is faster and more stable than other satellite internet providers. 4. Starlink is ideal for rural regions of the country. 5. Cox operates in 14 states.

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