AzTeC is an acronym for Arizona
Telecommunication Community. It is a Free Net developed
with the purpose to serve and enrich the public by
providing a noncommercial way to access information in
their communities and to provide access to resources
around the world.
AzTeC has provided service to the people of Arizona
since 1994. We are a registered Arizona 501c3 non-profit
organization run by community volunteers through the
generosity of donations from individuals and
For its telnet members, AzTeC provides free email accounts, text-based free
internet access is not available at this time but soon will be with an updated version
of the text-based LYNX browser.
Several new features on our revamped website you will want to visit
are "Arizona Destinations" helping you plan your vacations in Arizona,
"Eye On Arizona" showing videos of interest to our community and
"Arizona Newsstand" providing access to newspapers throughout Arizona.
You will find these links on the left side of our front page under COMMUNITIES.
You are welcome to explore our Telnet services on a limited basis
by clicking on the "Enter Telnet" button at the top of
the page. All can log onto AzTeC using "guest"
as the userid and "VISITOR" as the password from anywhere
with the use of the free Google Phone via dial up. (Google that app)
We also provide free web hosting to other Arizona
non-profit and 501(c)(3) organizations.
If you'd like to volunteer with AzTeC or become a member with
an email account, check out our Volunteers
After a year+ hiatus, AzTec has acquired telephone lines through the
good offices of Glendale Community College and V.P. William Teske.
You can now access AzTeC using your telephone modem or through the
web. The dial-up telephone number is 623-845-3888.
AzTeC will continue the website and free e-mail and will
continue to host sites meeting our criteria.
The AzTeC web site has updated. We welcome suggestions and
ideas for making the site even more relevant. Contact the Secretary of
The refurbishments and readjustments to AzTeC, as well as
what has to be done, have been expensive. Our funds have
been severely depleted and we are asking that the
membership consider a monetary donation.
You can send your donation to our Post Office Box:
Phoenix Az. 85060
The Help Line number continues to be (602)468-9765.
Leave a message for a call back from a volunteer.