Cox Communications has concluded its integration with the other members of CableWiFi by wrapping up a peering arrangement with Bright House Networks.

With the integration of Cox and Bright House Networks hotspots, Cox customers may now access free WiFi in Orlando, Tampa, Daytona, Northern Virginia, Connecticut and Indiana.

The new hotspots are strategically located  to serve areas where customers are most likely to benefit from Internet access while away from home, such as restaurants, malls, sports arenas, parks and beaches

Through previous arrangements with Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cablevision, Cox subscribers have had access to hotspots in markets such as New York City, San Francisco, Boston, Washington D.C., Philadelphia and Chicago.

"Cox continues to extend our customers' access to WiFi hotspots across the country, delivering information and entertainment anytime, anywhere," said Kelly Williams, vice president, product strategy and management at Cox Communications. "We not only provide our customers access to more than 200,000 WiFi hotspots throughout the country, we also make it convenient and simple for customers to locate and log on to these hotspots."

"Our WiFi hotspots enable our customers to enjoy fast and free wireless Internet access while on the go for business or pleasure at thousands of locations," said Leo Cloutier, senior vice president, corporate strategy and business development, Bright House Networks. "Bright House Networks is dedicated to keeping its customers connected, and we are pleased to continue to make additional WiFi hotspots available."

CoxWiFi and Cable WiFi are free for Cox customers with Preferred, Premiere or Ultimate service.