Internet Service Providers in
Maricopa, AZ

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13 internet providers in Maricopa, AZ

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Speeds up to245 Mbps
5G Home Internet 53% coverage in Maricopa, AZ Reliability data not available
Speeds up to150 Mbps
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Satellite Internet 99% coverage in Maricopa, AZ Thumbs Up Somewhat reliable
Speeds up to940 Mbps
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Fiber Internet 99% coverage in Maricopa, AZ Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Reliable
Speeds up to50 Mbps
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Fixed Wireless Internet 99% coverage in Maricopa, AZ Reliability data not available
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Speeds up to200 Mbps
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Cable Internet 85% coverage in Maricopa, AZ Reliability data not available
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Speeds up to10000 Mbps
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Fiber Internet 50% coverage in Maricopa, AZ Reliability data not available
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Fixed Wireless Internet 50% coverage in Maricopa, AZ Reliability data not available
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Speeds up to1000 Mbps
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Fixed Wireless Internet 17% coverage in Maricopa, AZ Reliability data not available
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Maricopa, AZ provider recommendations

Quantum Fiber: Best choice for stable price

Quantum Fiber internet pros and cons

pro
Pros
pro Price for Life guarantee
pro No contract
pro Unlimited data
con
Cons
con Fees excluded from price guarantee

For a stable connection at a stable price, try Quantum Fiber. Formerly branded as CenturyLink, Quantum Fiber gets you a solid deal with speeds of up to 940Mbps, unlimited data, no contract, and a Price for Life guarantee. If you sign up with the $50-per-month, 500Mbps plan, you always pay $50 a month for the length of your service, with no seasonal price hikes on the horizon.

Best Quantum Fiber internet plan for most people: Up to 500Mbps; 500Mbps for $50.00/mo.

Of Quantum Fiber's two plans, we suggest the 500Mbps plan. It's cost effective (10 cents per Mbps) and gives you a massive buffer to handle basically anything a typical household needs and more. Having 500Mbps makes it a breeze to stream, game, download large files, and work from home—even all at the same time.

Orbitel Communications: Best speed range

Orbitel Communications internet pros and cons

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pro Variety of speed options
pro Unlimited data
pro Affordable Connectivity Program waivers available
con
Cons
con Higher prices

If you don’t need the fastest internet now but hope to scale up in the future, Orbitel Communications could be the way to go. Orbitel offers speeds as low as 250Mbps and as high as 1Gbps, giving you plenty of options depending on your connectivity needs.

All Orbitel plans include unlimited data, so you never have to worry about connection throttling or overage charges if you use too much internet throughout the month. Orbitel also offers a mesh Wi-Fi system called Smart Wi-Fi, though you have to pay extra for it.

Orbitel prices run more expensive than other providers like Quantum Fiber. Luckily, Orbitel participates in the Affordable Connectivity Program. You can get as much as $30 off Orbitel residential internet if you're eligible for the ACP.

Best Orbitel Communications internet plan for most people: 500 Mbps; 500Mbps for $69.95/mo.

500Mbps is the perfect speed for most households, and Orbitel backs that up by describing its 500 Mbps plan as "great for several users, video streaming, sharing large files, gaming, and more." In other words, whether you're making Zoom calls, playing Call of Duty, or booking a hot air balloon ride over an app, the 500Mbps plan has you covered.

Viasat: Best for pro installation

Viasat internet pros and cons

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Pros
pro Unlimited data
pro Free, professional installation
con
Cons
con Slower
con More expensive plus price hikes

Get this plan if you live in a rural part of Maricopa where no other internet options are available. Satellite internet is much slower and more expensive than fiber, cable, and fixed wireless internet, but it’s the way to go for many rural Americans living in the country.

Viasat has some advantages. Speeds top out at 100Mbps, making it faster than many fixed wireless options, and you technically get unlimited data, so you can enjoy activities like gaming and streaming. Just be aware that you have a monthly cap on high-speed data; the exact amount you get depends on the plan you sign up for.

As another boon, Viasat offers free pro installation. That means you don’t have to suffer through trying to install a satellite internet system yourself. Hallelujah.

Best Viasat internet plan for most people: Up to 100 Mbps; 100Mbps for $199.99/mo.

According to Viasat, this plan is suitable for "email, web browsing, social networking, video streaming, and more for the whole family." In other words, with this plan, you can visit cacti and citrus tree husbandry sites to your heart's content—but given satellite’s speed limitations, you may experience recurring slowdowns if you invite 10 of your closest friends over to play an MMORPG.

T Mobile
T-Mobile Home Internet
pro Speeds up to 245 Mbps
pro 5G + Home connections
Viasat
Viasat
pro Speeds up to 150 Mbps
pro Satellite connections

Tech type availability in Maricopa, AZ

Fiber availability

75%

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Renowned for its reliability, fiber can reach download and upload speeds up to 10,000Mbps. While it isn’t available everywhere, it’s the best internet you can get.

Cable availability

85%

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Cable is bread-and-butter internet—widely available, often affordable, and very fast, delivering download speeds that range anywhere from 25Mbps to 1,200Mbps.

DSL availability

0%

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DSL maxes out at 100Mbps, but many DSL customers get much slower speeds than that. DSL is becoming obsolete, but it’s still a solid option in rural areas.

Satellite availability

100%

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Satellite is available practically everywhere, even in the most remote parts of the country. It’s costly and comes with strict data limits and slow speeds, so use it as a last resort.

Fastest internet plans and providers in
Maricopa, AZ

The fastest internet providers can get you gigabit or even multi-gigabit speeds. Not everyone needs a 1,000Mbps connection or faster, but it’s worth the investment if you’re a power user or live in a large household.

Provider
Max Download Speed
Connection Type
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Hotwire Communications
10000 MbpsFiber
Triad Wireless
1000 MbpsFixed Wireless
Quantum Fiber
940 MbpsFiber

Internet availability faster than 100Mbps by region

Maricopa

100%

Arizona

94%

How much speed do you need?

Take a look below at what you can do with different speeds commonly offered by internet service providers (ISPs). You can read more about the average user’s speed needs in our internet speed guide.

Internet Speed
No. of people
No. of devices
Activities
5–25Mbps 1–2 1–5 Casual web browsing • Emails • Social media • Streaming SD video • Streaming music
25–50Mbps 2–4 4–7 Streaming HD and 4K video • Streaming music • Online gaming • Light work from home
50–100Mbps 4–6 7–10 Streaming 4K video • Online gaming • Working from home • Using home security devices
100–500Mbps 6+ 10+ Streaming 4K video • Online gaming • Running a home office • Using home security and smart home devices
500–1,000Mbps 10+ 15+ Running a home office or creative profession • Streaming in 4K • Live streaming • Online gaming • Using home security and smart home devices

To get these numbers, we used the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) broadband speed guide, our streaming internet speed guide, and our Zoom internet speed guide.

Internet provider averages in
Maricopa, AZ

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Average download speed

101 Mbps
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Average upload speed

19 Mbps
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Average latency time

39 ms

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