Home Internet Access

If you do not have internet access at home, or cannot afford to maintain it but need internet for work or school, many internet providers have announced that they are waiving late payment fees, increasing caps on internet speeds and will not disconnect customers or not paying monthly bills on time. If you have questions or concerns about your internet connection, contact your provider or visit their website for more information.

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Home Internet Access
  • To find free internet access at public libraries, schools, businesses, and other sites, visit this map of free public WiFi. Many of the hotspots are accessible from your vehicle, if necessary, to maintain safe physical distancing practices.
    • If you need assistance connecting to a hotspot, call or text the Arizona Libraries Tech Access Phoneline (AZ LibTAP) at (602) 529-1519. 
  • To view low cost internet plans, visit Connect Arizona (English and Spanish).
  • To find out which providers are available in your area, check the provider zip codes list.

You can talk to a library staff member about your options for getting online by making an appointment with the Arizona Libraries Tech Access Phoneline (AZ LibTAP) or calling/texting at (602) 529-1519. AZ LibTAP also provides free tech support, troubleshooting, and support for learning to do things online.

 


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