Gigabit Internet Service Comes to Tulsa

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The gigabit internet service has finally come to Tulsa through Cox Communications®. The Mayor of Tulsa, G.T. Bynum, and Cox® proclaimed it a “Gigabit City”, while announcing residences throughout the area have access to a gigabit broadband internet speeds.

Subscribers of the “Gigablast” plan from Cox® get to access the best internet service imaginable out there. It is quick enough to download 1,000 photos in sixteen seconds, a hundred songs in 3 seconds, and a two-hour-long film in eight seconds.

Cox’s Tulsa Market VP, Roger Ramseyer, said, “Years and years and years ago, it used to be that if you had a railroad station, you knew you were going to grow in population. Then it was if you had a major airport. Today, we believe it is technology … We must build for tomorrow, and we have now done that.”

The services of the fastest internet provider and its gigabit speed are available to subscribers throughout the metro, including Jenks, Broken Arrow, Owasso, Bixby, Sapulpa, Sand Springs, Coweta, Glenpool, Catoosa, Kiefer, and Claremore.

Tulsa Mayor said that they are on the way to becoming a next-gen city and a recognized technology leader soon. “You think about the way that we grew in the 20th century,” Bynum said. “We really grew as a city because of our access to natural resources. But in the 21st century, the cities that are going to grow are going to be those cities with access to data and information and high speed. So, today is incredibly important because it puts Tulsa and our metro area and the businesses in the area in a position to compete with businesses in any metro area in the world.”

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Cox Communications® referred to an approximate that the average residence is expected to have over fifty devices connected to the internet by 2020. Maggie Hoey, Tulsa’s Young Professionals’ Executive Director, said that the organization has advocated for quicker internet speeds for years.

“During TYPros’ Bring it to Tulsa campaign discussions, ultra-fast internet was a frontrunner with huge support from young people,” Hoey said. “This led to conversations with Cox® about what it would take to get Gigabit speed internet in Tulsa. These ultra-fast internet speeds are important for our community because they support our residents, help us attract new ones and drive innovation. Cox Communications® is helping to elevate our status in a significant way with its investment in Gigablast internet service.”

Recently, Cox Communications® presented a 1,000 dollars check to Tulsa’s Young Professionals. The Telco has invested 15 billion dollars nationwide in network infrastructure in the past ten years, and they plan to invest 10 billion dollars more over the subsequent decade.

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