My backyard got flagged in West Omaha, so I suspect we'll be seeing CenturyLink crews in the next week or so laying new fiber. CenturyLink will be focusing on the TeleChoice areas first so that those people don't run off to Cox when TeleChoice finally gives up the ghost.
If those price points that I've seen in other markets hold, I suspect that CenturyLink will get quite a few Cox customers to switch, provided Cox hasn't slipped a multi-year commitment on their customers. My brother's Cox service just jumped, so he called to drop his movie channels...only to find out he had inadvertently agreed to a 4 year commitment.
In fairness to Cox, much of the high cost of cable TV is coming from the cable networks. But Cox is breathtakingly expensive for what they offer, based on the deal my brother has. Once those initial offers expired, it's almost double what I'm paying for faster internet from CenturyLink. Granted, he gets HD channels, but it's still way high.