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internet service provider

Internet provider Informatics A company–eg, AOL, Earthlink, that provides a gateway to the Internet and the Web, via an electronic connection–either directly or through a modem, as well as software and services, for which the user pays a monthly fee
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We've made a point of bringing on to the Verio network a group of Internet providers that have skills to help businesses establish Web sites easily and effectively.
Financial strength is one of the many benefits that Verio brings to its affiliate Internet providers.
RustNet gives Verio a significant presence in the upper Midwest, which enhances our role as the first national Internet provider that's local," said Verio Chief Executive Officer Justin Jaschke.
The company has so far received $80 million in private financing and continues to aggressively pursue the best-managed, business-oriented regional Internet providers to build a national network designed specifically to serve small and mid-sized business and institutional customers.
Some Internet providers require a large up-front fee to hook up and then a small monthly fee afterward.
Verio is the first national Internet provider that's local," said RUSTnet president Steven J.
Cooper asserted that even under the ethical code, Metzger still could publish his Web page, but not through a commercial Internet provider.
Kenan's Flexible Billing and Customer Care Software Helps Verio Build the First National Internet Provider That's Local, Combining High-Speed Backbone
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.
appeals court ruled Tuesday that the recording industry can't force Internet providers to identify music downloaders under a disputed copyright law.
99 per month, although the speed of access is not guaranteed and some internet providers charge extra for each minute spent online.
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