internet service provider

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internet service provider

n
(Computer Science) See ISP
Translations
fournisseur d’accès à Internet
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ISLAMABAD -- Wi-tribe, Pakistan's leading Home and amp; Business Broadband Internet provider confirmed that it had breached the magical 200Mbps internet speed record following testing on its soon to be released LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) technology network.
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Many consumers have few choices if they don't like their service or the price they pay for it, as many areas only have one broadband internet provider.
Kulacom Jordan is the only wholly locally owned wireless broadband internet provider in the Kingdom, established with the objective of providing private and corporate users in Jordan with the latest next generation networking technologies to deliver better, faster and more reliable telecommunications solutions, supported by exceptional customer service.
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