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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TaE-kyn stated that Internet access providers are not legally obliged to check the contents of the websites which it provides access to according to Article 6 of Law No.
Among access providers, only the biggest, such as T-Online International, in Germany, can justify developing portals, since these companies have enough customers to ensure that adequate numbers of them will use the access provider's broadband portal rather than someone else's or none.
Tutopia.com (www.Tutopia.com) is a free Internet access provider with the largest geographic coverage in Latin America.
A customer desiring proprietary content dials up a local point of presence maintained by an access provider, gets on the Internet and accesses proprietary content.
A dial-up IP connection makes any computer a physical part of the Internet for as long as the connection to the access provider remains open.
Next, if you don't already have access to the Internet, you will probably want to find a dial-up access provider. Our current provider charges U.S.
WinGopher Complete also includes a toll-free connection to the Internet through a leading access provider. NOTIS Systems has negotiated with several regional and national service providers to offer users a variety of options.
As the matter turns serious, TRAI is considering to withdrawn iPhone's licence from the country as per it's revised rules and regulations which says, "Every Access Provider shall ensure, within six months' time, that all smartphone devices registered on its network support the permissions required for the functioning of such Apps as prescribed in the regulations 6(2)(e) and regulations 23(2)(d)."
Tenders are invited for Inpatient Medications through Limited Access Provider Network
"The access provider shall, before excluding the persons, obtain an undertaking from such person that he shall not use the said facility in any manner for sending commercial communication," adds the TRAI.
iPass Inc (NASDAQ:IPAS), a provider of enterprise mobility services, reported today that it has increased the iPass Mobile Network in France through a new partnership with Trustive, a European Wi-Fi access provider.
(IIJ) (Nasdaq:IIJI) (Tokyo Stock Exchange TSE1: 3774),a Japanese internet access provider, have today (13 August) announced a partnership agreement, which will allow iPass expand its Mobile Broadband service to include the NTT DOCOMO and EMOBILE networks through IIJ's mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) service.