About: Mesa, AZ
Mesa was first inhabited by a Native American tribe named the Hohokam which means "the departed ones." This tribe built elaborate canals that have been called the most sophisticated in the prehistoric New World. Later, the Apache tribe drove off Spanish explorers, leading gold expeditions through the area. Later, Mormon migrations traveled through Mesa, as well. Today, Mesa is the third largest city in Arizona, and is located only 15 miles east of Phoenix.
Local Newspapers: The East Valley Tribune, Mesa Republic, Mesa Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Arizona Diamondbacks (MLB), Arizona Rattlers (AFL), Phoenix Coyotes (NHL), Phoenix Mercury (WNBA), Phoenix Suns (NBA), Arizona Cardinals (NFL)
Local Colleges: Polytechnic campus of Arizona State University
Home Internet, whether you live in Mesa, or anywhere else in the country is all but essential these days. Like home phone used to be Internet is the ultimate communication tool, it connects you to the people you know and the world you want to. Try and go a day without checking your email and see how essential the Internet really is in this age of worldwide communication. Depending on the size of your household the speed you need your Internet to reach can vary. But no matter the speed you need in Mesa, Qwest offers all four of its speed packages for the same monthly rate for the first six months.
For causal users and small households Qwest offers its Essential package at 7 Mbps speed. Download at seven Mbps and upload at five. Download a music file in less than five seconds if you so desire. Starting at twenty dollars with free activation the Essential package covers all your basics. Upgrade one step to the Advanced package and your speed almost doubles to twelve Mbps for downloads. Music files will then download in less than four seconds.
For those with larger households in Mesa, AZ or more needs from the World Wide Web there's the Extreme package. With download speeds up to twenty Mbps you can download a music file in about two seconds, a nice even number. For the ultimate user there's the Pro package that boasts speeds of forty Mbps for downloads. That means music can download in one second or less. No patience? No problem.
All four of Qwest's Internet packages in Mesa, Arizona come with free activation, and all come with a starting price of twenty dollars. Not a bad offer to get your home Internet up and moving (as fast you want). Pick your price and pick your speed with Qwest's many options. The Internet is essential, but so are your savings. With four different packages and price ranges Qwest offers the options consumers have come to desire and the Internet speeds they have all come to expect in Mesa.
Zip Codes associated with Mesa, Arizona: 85201, 85202, 85203, 85204, 85205, 85206, 85207, 85208, 85210, 85212, 85213, 85215
Towns/Cities near Mesa, Arizona : Tempe, Gilbert, Apache Junction, Chandler, Guadalupe, Scottsdale.
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