Middle of the Road
Getting internet in Phoenix, AZ is a mixed bag. With a score of 57 you probably are not going to be streaming 4k video, but at least you can stream high definition. A Middle of the Road score places you in an area with average speeds, access, pricing, and feedback.
Unlimited Data – With no hard data limits, if you use the data in your plan, speeds will reduce.
HughesNet provides Satellite in Phoenix, AZ
Internet service delivered with faster uploads and faster downloads.
Exede provides Satellite in Phoenix, AZ
Our mission is to connect the world by making the internet accessible, affordable and secure to everyone, anywhere.
Viasat provides Satellite in Phoenix, AZ
Xfinity from Comcast
Comcast customers get access to millions of WiFi hotspots nationwide!
Xfinity from Comcast provides Cable in Phoenix, AZ
CenturyLink @Ease features Norton backup and security.
Take the Cox challenge. The Difference is Clear.
Cox provides Cable in Phoenix, AZ
Mediacom has a variety of internet plans that can accommodate the needs of each household member and any household.
Mediacom provides Cable in Phoenix, AZ
Fast, affordable broadband for users that require fast download speeds and uptime reliability.
DIRECTV has been rated #1 in customer satisfaction over cable for 17 years running.
DIRECTV provides Television in Phoenix, AZ
Dish Network offers satellite television service that integrates with Amazon Alexa.
Dish Network provides Television in Phoenix, AZ
T-Mobile provides Cell Phone service in Phoenix, AZ
|Provider||Max Download||Max Upload||Broadband Type||Coverage|
|HughesNet||25 Mbps||3 Mbps||Satellite|
|Viasat||30 Mbps||3 Mbps||Satellite|
|Exede||25 Mbps||3 Mbps||Satellite|
|Phoenix Internet||15 Mbps||1 Mbps||Fixed Wireless|
|CenturyLink||1,000 Mbps||1,000 Mbps||Fiber, DSL, Fixed Wireless and Television|
|Cox||1,000 Mbps||35 Mbps||Cable and Television|
|Global Capacity||8 Mbps||1 Mbps||DSL and Copper|
|AirFiber WISP||50 Mbps||50 Mbps||Fixed Wireless|
|Rio Verde Wireless||35 Mbps||7 Mbps||Fixed Wireless|
|WLanJV||10 Mbps||5 Mbps||Fixed Wireless|
|Gila River Telecommunications||15 Mbps||1 Mbps||DSL|
|Fort Mojave Telecommunications||10 Mbps||5 Mbps||Fiber|
|Ponderosa Communications||3 Mbps||1 Mbps||Fiber, DSL and Fixed Wireless|
|Accipiter Communications||100 Mbps||30 Mbps||Fiber and DSL|
|eVolve Business Solutions||3 Mbps||3 Mbps||Fiber and Copper||~|
|Blackfoot Telephone Cooperative||5 Mbps||5 Mbps||Fiber, DSL, Copper and Fixed Wireless||~|
|Cyberonic||11 Mbps||11 Mbps||Fiber, Cable, DSL, Copper and Fixed Wireless||~|
|Mediacom||150 Mbps||20 Mbps||Cable and Television||~|
|Xfinity from Comcast||2,000 Mbps||25 Mbps||Cable and Television||~|
|Level 3 Communications||~||~||Fiber, DSL and Copper||~|
|Zayo Group||~||~||Fiber, Copper and Fixed Wireless||~|
|Citynet Arizona||~||~||Fiber, Copper and Other||~|
|XO Communications||~||~||DSL, Copper and Fixed Wireless||~|
|Cogent Communications||~||~||Fiber and Copper||~|
990,258 of the residents of Phoenix have at least one connection to the Internet (at home or the office).
About 68.43% of Phoenix is connected to the Internet. This means there are still about 456,820 people with NO Internet access in Phoenix, AZ.
The average download speed for all terrestrial broadband (including cable) Internet in Phoenix, AZ is 530 Mbps and the maximum download speed available is 2,000 Mbps. Upload speeds via landline average 138 Mbps in Phoenix.
The average download speed for all wireless Internet providers in Phoenix, AZ is 25 Mbps and the maximum download speed available is 25-50 Mbps. The upload speed average via wireless Internet providers in Phoenix is 3 Mbps. Wireless Internet is defined as service coming from fixed wireless or mobile broadband providers.