About: Boise, ID
Located on the Boise River, it is the 100th largest U.S. city by population. There is no certainty to the origin of Boise's name. One story states a French-speaking guide, overwhelmed by the sight of the lushness around the river, yelled "Les bois! Les bois!" ("The woods! The woods!"), thus giving the name. It is also possible that French Candian fur trappers called it "La rivière boisée", meaning "the wooded river."
Local Newspapers: The Idaho Statesman, Idaho Press-Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Boise Hawks (NL, baseball), Idaho Steelheads (ECHL, hockey)
Local Colleges: Boise State University
Cell phones have allowed many to think that giving up their home phone service is a smart idea. But residents of Boise, Idaho know that their home phone helps them stay connected more often than not. Have you ever had a dropped call from your land line?
Most people that have home phones with connections directly into the wall know that they normally don't have to worry about storms and possible loss of electricity. Sometimes, they'll stay connected long after the lights go out – and cell phone towers go down. Phones plugged directly into the wall don't need to be charged like a cell phone either. And bad weather in Boise is usually a time when you really need to have connections to the outside world.
While home phone service is important, it seems like having high speed Internet is equally paramount in this day and age. Pairing your home phone service with Cable ONE's Internet service makes a lot of sense.
And if you like money in your pocket, then you'll want to bundle your home phone, high speed Internet and digital cable TV through Cable ONE in Boise, ID. You'll get one bill at a discounted price because you were smart enough to group your bills together with Cable ONE.
Zip Codes associated with Boise, Idaho : 83702, 83703, 83704, 83705, 83706, 83709, 83712, 83713, 83714, 83716
Towns/Cities near Boise, Idaho : Garden City, Meridian, Eagle, Kuna.