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Q: High speed Internet access in Yuma, AZ ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   2 Comments )
Subject: High speed Internet access in Yuma, AZ
Category: Computers
Asked by: asmb35-ga
List Price: $40.00
Posted: 19 Jun 2002 14:24 PDT
Expires: 26 Jun 2002 14:24 PDT
Question ID: 29376
I need high speed Internet access in Yuma, AZ. 256K minimum,
asynchronous. Cost must be less than $200 / month including all telco
and/or carrier charges. Setup must be under $1000. Static IP is
Street address - 2610 East 16th St. Yuma AZ
Phone - 928-341-8xxx
Subject: Re: High speed Internet access in Yuma, AZ
Answered By: silviares-ga on 19 Jun 2002 15:58 PDT
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hello !

here is what I have found

NAME: DigitalDune
More Information:
-- Phone: 1 + 520-343-2001 
-- E-mail:
-- Web:
Cities served : Yuma, Wellton, Dateland, Parker, Quartzsite, Poston,
San Luis, Somerton.

I went to their web site and they seem to offer
Up to 384/128 ADSL Up to 384k download and 128k upload speeds.
Includes line charges and service fee. One e-mail account (5MBs
storage) and 5MBs of webspace also included. For residential use only.

but you can check the web site if you prefer a different type of
service (they have ISDN, Wireless, dial up ...)


NAME: C2I2 : Cochise County Internet, Inc 
More Information:
-- Phone: 520-515-WEBC(9322) 
-- E-mail: c2i2sales@C2I2.COM 
-- Web:

they seem to offer dial up service but don't specify the speeds on the
web site,
they want you to call.

Another possibility is 

NAME: Goodnet 
More Information:
-- Phone: (602) 303-9500
-- E-mail:
-- Web:
Cities served : Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff, Payson, Prescott, Sierra
Vista, Casa Grande, Yuma

I found the information at
(but be aware that the web address of Goodnet on that page is wrong,
the correct one is

Hope this helps

asmb35-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars
Good research, solved our problem exactly.

Subject: Re: High speed Internet access in Yuma, AZ
From: wierdo-ga on 24 Jun 2002 11:48 PDT
FWIW, I would recommend against Digital Dune.  My company has a
location in Yuma, which uses Digital Dune's wireless internet
offering.  Although it has been getting better lately, historically
the connection has been unreliable, often going down several times
each day for short periods of time, with a twice-monthly several hour
outage.  If they can't keep their business customers going well, I'd
hate to see how they treat their residential customers.

On the bright side, everyone there is friendly, even if their service
is down more often than my old dialup.
Subject: Re: High speed Internet access in Yuma, AZ
From: knrothwell-ga on 26 Jun 2002 02:41 PDT
Have you checked with Adelphia Cable yet?  It was my understanding
that they should have begun to offer static IPs by now.  They can be
reached at (800) 626-6299.  Admittedly their customer service is
TERRIBLE, but we haven't had any trouble yet with our cable modem

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