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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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We cannot discuss enhancing prices and Internet speed service, while Internet providers lose clients on a daily basis because of the process of replacing copper cables with fibre cables," said Khaled Hegazy, External Affairs and Legal Director of Vodafone Egypt.
Over 1,000 websites were blocked by Tajik Internet providers during the last week, reported Asia-Plus news agency on Saturday.
Federal Court Justice Dennis Cowdry said there was ample evidence to prove infringement of movie copyrights were occurring on a large scale worldwide but internet providers should not be targeted for it.
the worldwide leader in direct-to-the-browser messaging for broadband Internet providers, today announced that it closed seven new customer accounts in the quarter ending June 30th.
Ganchev will also be a sales manager at the company's Internet providers department.
appeals court ruled Tuesday that the recording industry can't force Internet providers to identify music downloaders under a disputed copyright law.
The nation's largest Internet providers have filed federal lawsuits in an attempt to put the biggest "spammers" out of business.
99 per month, although the speed of access is not guaranteed and some internet providers charge extra for each minute spent online.
For the first few weeks, the x2 modern did not achieve any of the speed touted for it when connected to the Internet because none of the Internet providers were ready with 56 Kbps lines.
To compensate, most Internet providers have an option for accessing the bare bones of the WWW, called Lynx.
Installations Include Over 1,000 Locations and 7 Publicly-Listed Internet Providers Worldwide
Some Internet providers unblocked the access to the website on Saturday.

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