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  2. @Home Network - Wikipedia

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    @Home Network was a high-speed cable Internet service provider from 1996 to 2002. It was founded by Milo Medin, cable companies Tele-Communications Inc. (TCI), Comcast, and Cox Communications, and William Randolph Hearst III, who was their first CEO, as a joint venture to produce high-speed cable Internet service through two-way television cable infrastructure.

  3. Income tax in India - Wikipedia

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    Income tax in India is governed by Entry 82 of the Union List of the Seventh Schedule to the Constitution of India, empowering the central government to tax non-agricultural income; agricultural income is defined in Section 10(1) of the Income-tax Act, 1961.

  4. Cable One - Wikipedia

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    Cable One, Inc. (NYSE: CABO) is an American broadband communications provider. They are a former subsidiary of Graham Holdings Company.The company's name and current focus date back to 1997; prior to that time the company was known as Post-Newsweek Cable.

  5. EarthLink - Wikipedia

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    EarthLink is an American Internet service provider.. It went public on NASDAQ in January 1997. Much of the company's growth was via acquisition; by 2000, The New York Times described Earthlink as the "second largest Internet service provider after America Online."

  6. Megacable - Wikipedia

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    Megacable Holdings S. A. B. de C.V., doing business as Megacable Comunicaciones, is a Mexican cable operator and provider of internet and phone service. It has its headquarters in, Guadalajara, Jalisco.

  7. Shentel - Wikipedia

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    Shentel, officially Shenandoah Telecommunications Company, is a publicly traded telecommunications company headquartered in Edinburg, Virginia.It operates a digital wireless and wireline network in rural Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania.

  8. List of broadband providers in the United States - Wikipedia

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    This list is incomplete; you can help by adding missing items. (August 2018

  9. GCI (company) - Wikipedia

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    To start that campaign, GCI has increased its highest home internet plan (re:D) from 50MMbps to 100Mbit/s and then to 250Mbit/s for free in all available areas that has access to the re:D plan. The re:D plan is currently to this date $174.99 and when the re:D 1Gbit/s Fiber network launches, the price will remain the same.