Internet Service Provider

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Internet Service Provider

A company that provides access to the internet for customers. Typically, an ISP provides this service in exchange for a monthly fee. It may also provide website hosting services.
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Hegazy added that if the upgrading process continues this way, all ADSL clients will move to TE Data in the period of one year, and the other private Internet providers would not find clients to offer services to.
The list included IP address of hosting of the website, Internet providers explained.
an Internet services company, today announced its solutions are deployed in over 1,000 locations worldwide and seven publicly-listed Internet providers in five countries.
That turnover, or ``churn,'' is a problem because it costs Internet providers $100 or more in marketing to capture each new customer.
AT&T will offer that service to users in the Van Nuys area, but must, according the city ordinance, provide open access to other Internet providers, giving consumers a choice or service.
Wednesday's study is the company's first examining customer satisfaction with Internet providers.
Pacific Bell Internet has more than 900 customers who are Internet providers, he said.
The congestion issue has pitted Internet providers and computer companies against some of the nation's local Bell telephone companies, notably Pacific Telesis and Bell Atlantic.
org) is the international association for the wireless telecommunications industry, representing carriers, manufacturers and wireless Internet providers.
The city sent a letter to Internet providers in April saying it planned to collect the tax.
Force10 Networks today announced that the London Internet Providers Exchange (Lipex) has deployed the S-Series to build a reliable, high performance 10 Gigabit Ethernet peering network between five of its Internet exchange points.
Angered at taking the heat for child pornography on the Internet, France's top Internet providers have staged a cyberspace sit-in, blocking access to a portion of the global communications network in protest.

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