Phoenix, and all of Arizona, have an easy way to set up home phone service, cable television services, or high speed Internet service from national providers like Cox Communications, DIRECTV, Qwest and Dish Network dish TV. Along with our Best Price Guarantee, our free online set up makes connecting your new home services both fast and easy. Just enter your address in the "Find Services" box above to see what's available. Compare the different plans and providers available in Phoenix. Then select the home phone, cable Internet, and digital TV plans that are right for you and your home.
Whether you're moving or simply trying to find a better deal on your current service, our compare feature will help you find the best prices from national phone, cable or satellite TV, and broadband Internet providers. If you're not moving, switching to a new provider or even a new plan with your current provider could mean big savings every month. Just enter your address above to see what's available. Online setup is free.
The Phoenix metro area receives its electrical power supply from the Salt River Project Agricultural Improvement and Power District, a political subdivision of the state of Arizona. The Salt River Project currently provides electricity to just under 1 million customers in the Phoenix area.
Natural gas is currently distributed throughout Phoenix by Southwest Gas Corporation. Delivering natural gas to almost 2 million customers, Southwest Gas Corporation has been your source for reliable natural gas delivery since 1931.
Two companies providing more home services are Security Choice and Broadview Security. By offering 24 hour home security monitoring, 7 days a week, Brinks and Security Choice can help you provide a safe home for you and your family. Better still, most insurance companies will offer up to 20% off your homeowner's insurance just for having a security system. Enter your address in the "Find Services" box above to see which security systems are available to help protect your family and home.
Phoenix is the largest city in Arizona and the most populated state capital in the country. Historically speaking, it has primarily been an agricultural community relying on cotton and citrus farming to drive its economy. However, in recent years Phoenix has moved more toward the technology industries. Several large Internet companies have set up shop in Phoenix and the area remains an aviation hub for the Air Force.
Get settled in Phoenix by connecting your new home telephone, digital TV, and cable Internet connections. There's no cost to set up your account online. Just enter your address in the "Find Services" box at the top of the page and make your connection in Phoenix. Learn more about Phoenix on the official city website, Phoenix.gov.
While Phoenix is gorgeous in its own right, everyone feels the need to change scenery from time to time. From Phoenix, you can take a short trip to experience Las Vegas or even check out the coast without moving to San Diego, CA.