In Maricopa County there is 1 residential Cable provider covering 90.18% of the county. The average home can get speeds up to 996 Mbps. Note that we may have a financial relationship with some of the providers below. This does not influence rankings, and helps us provide high-quality detailed information for free.
Cable Internet Service Provider in Maricopa County
To avoid wasting your time, providers with less than 1% coverage in Maricopa County are not shown.
Maricopa County Satellite TV & Internet Providers
DISH Satellite TV
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DIRECTV Satellite TV
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HughesNet Satellite Internet
Where in Maricopa County is cable internet available?
Cable Internet Availability Key
Cable is available in 90.18% of Maricopa County. Areas in green have cable internet service, where areas in yellow or red may not. The most widely available provider is Cox. Call one of the companies with service in Maricopa County above to see who has service at your home.
How fast is cable internet in Maricopa County?
The map below shows maximum cable internet speeds by area in Maricopa County.
Cable Internet Speed Key
The average Maricopa County home can get up to 996 Mbps on their cable internet plan. The fastest cable download speed in the county is 1,000 Mbps, which 89.70% of residents can get. Some homes and apartments do not have access to these speeds. On the slower end, for example, less than 1% of homes can only purchase plans up to 150 Mbps. See the internet provider details below for info about their speed and coverage in Maricopa County.
Cable internet speeds tend to be faster in the central parts of Maricopa County, and slower in the southeast areas of the county.
Is cable the fastest internet I can get in Maricopa County?
The fastest internet for you may vary based on where in Maricopa County you live. In general, fiber competes most often with cable in the county.
- Fiber is the fastest internet type for 13.58% of Maricopa County homes.
- Cable is fastest for 78.27% of the county.
- DSL is fastest for less than 1%.
- Fixed wireless is fastest for 7.84%.
- Satellite internet may be the only option for less than 1% of Maricopa County homes.
Cable Providers in Depth
Below you'll find which TV and internet providers offer service in Maricopa County, along with details on where in Maricopa County and at what speeds.
Cox Communications Cable in Maricopa County, AZ
Cox cable coverage
About 89.84%, or 3,429,311 people, have Cox cable internet available to them in the county. The company covers the entire Maricopa County area. Cox is one of the largest internet service providers internet service providers in the US, with internet service available in most of Maricopa County.
Cox Communications cable download speeds
Cox is above average when comparing download speeds to all other internet providers in Maricopa County. Versus other cable providers in the area, Cox cable is above average. There are 3 different maximum speeds throughout Maricopa County. The fastest plan anyone in Maricopa County can order from Cox goes up to 1,000 Mbps, the slowest package only goes up to 150 Mbps, and the county-wide average maximum speed for Maricopa County customers is up to 999 Mbps.
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- 99.8% up to 1,000.0 Mbps
- 0.0% up to 300.0 Mbps
- 0.2% up to 150.0 Mbps
Cox Communications cable upload speeds
In Maricopa County download speeds tend to be than upload speeds for Cox cable. Compared to other ISPs, Cox is below average where upload speeds are concerned, and above average compared to other Maricopa County cable providers. Cox offers 3 different upload speeds across the county, so your internet plan's upload speed may vary by neighborhood. The fastest upload speed available to anyone from this ISP in Maricopa County is up to 35 Mbps. Some customers have slower plan choices, which only go up to 10 Mbps. On average, Cox customers can get speeds up to 35 Mbps.
Show all upload speeds
- 99.8% up to 35.0 Mbps
- 0.0% up to 30.0 Mbps
- 0.2% up to 10.0 Mbps
Maricopa County Cable by Area
This information is most helpful to those looking for homes or considering moving to Maricopa County or any of the areas nearby.
How does cable internet in Maricopa County compare to the rest of Arizona?
Cable internet speeds in Maricopa County are comparable versus the average speeds in Arizona: 961 Mbps in Arizona versus 996 Mbps in the county. The state has similar cable availability compared to the county. Average cable coverage in Arizona is 85.19% versus 90.18% in Maricopa County.
What zip codes have cable internet?
Cable internet coverage varies by zip code and neighborhood. Some examples in or around Maricopa County are shown below. You can enter any zip code here to see TV and internet providers by zip code.
What does cable internet look like in other counties?
Below are counties nearby and with similar populations. This comparison can be useful if living somewhere with fast internet is important to you.
- Pinal County, AZ: less cable coverage, slower speeds
- Gila County, AZ: less cable coverage, slower speeds
- Yavapai County, AZ: less cable coverage, slower speeds
- Pima County, AZ: more cable coverage, faster speeds
- La Paz County, AZ: less cable coverage, slower speeds
- Graham County, AZ: less cable coverage, faster speeds
- Yuma County, AZ: more cable coverage, slower speeds
- Santa Cruz County, AZ: less cable coverage, faster speeds
- Coconino County, AZ: less cable coverage, slower speeds
- Navajo County, AZ: less cable coverage, faster speeds
Counties with Similar Populations
- Harris County, TX: more cable coverage, faster speeds
- San Diego County, CA: more cable coverage, slower speeds
- Orange County, CA: more cable coverage, slower speeds
- Cook County, IL: more cable coverage, faster speeds
- Miami-Dade County, FL: more cable coverage, faster speeds
- Kings County, NY: more cable coverage, slower speeds
- Dallas County, TX: more cable coverage, slower speeds
- Riverside County, CA: more cable coverage, slower speeds
- Queens County, NY: more cable coverage, slower speeds
- San Bernardino County, CA: more cable coverage, slower speeds