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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.
It says the internet providers notified Twitter and YouTube, but video, photographs and audio continued to be posted on these sites.
While Internet providers say they support the concept of an open Internet they want flexibility to think up new ways to package and sell Internet services.
Batelco also owns Jordanian telecoms operator Umniah, 27% of Yemeni mobile operator Sabafon, minority stakes in internet providers in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia and is also active in Egypt.
"They will have access codes and they will be able to have free access everywhere there is available wi-fi; it is a suggestion that was viewed positively by the internet providers and we hope that we can reach an agreement on that too" he said.
Internet providers blocked such social websites as Facebook, Vkontakte, Russian news agencies, as well as anonymizers, allowing to overcome block of websites.
"Although we can install the fibre optic cable we are not an internet provider so are unable to supply the service."
Radio Ozodi, the Tajik service of Radio Liberty, confirmed to AFP that Internet providers had blocked their popular website.
INTERNET providers are routinely breaking their own rules by not telling would-be customers what speeds they'll receive.
In its ruling, the ECJ recalled that the holders of the copyright can ask for a judicial ruling against the internet providers when their services are being used by third parties for purposes that are contrary to their rights.
The ministry has drawn up an amendment to the telecommunications act which requires Internet providers to offer customers a guaranteed minimum speed.
KT, LG Telecom and SK Broadband, the fixed-line unit of SK Telecom, are the country's leading broadband internet providers, while cable television operators C&M and CJ HelloVision also have high-speed internet market share.

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