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  2. MSN Dial-up - Wikipedia

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    Subsequent releases of MSN 11 included updated email functionality to maintain compatibility with Outlook.com in version 11.5, and updated logos to match current MSN branding in version 11.6. MSN for Mac OS X. MSN for Mac OS X was a dial-up client interface to Microsoft's pay-for-access online services for Mac users.

  3. Frontier Communications - Wikipedia

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    Frontier Communications Parent, Inc. (known as Citizens Utilities Company until May 2000 and Citizens Communications Company until July 31, 2008) is an American telecommunications company.

  4. Xfinity - Wikipedia

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    Comcast Cable Communications, LLC, doing business as Xfinity, is an American telecommunications company and division of Comcast Corporation used to market consumer cable television, internet, telephone, and wireless services provided by the company.

  5. Internet service provider - Wikipedia

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    An Internet service provider (ISP) is an organization that provides services for accessing, using, or participating in the Internet.ISPs can be organized in various forms, such as commercial, community-owned, non-profit, or otherwise privately owned.

  6. magicJack - Wikipedia

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    MagicJack is an Internet-based telephone service (VoIP) provider in the United States and Canada.It offers nationwide VoIP and cellphone services. MagicJack VOIP service is a computer peripheral that, in combination with telephony service from the related YMAX Corporation, provides VoIP services.

  7. Broadcast television systems - Wikipedia

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    Every analog television system bar one began as a black-and-white system. Each country, faced with local political, technical, and economic issues, adopted a color television standard which was grafted onto an existing monochrome system such as CCIR System M, using gaps in the video spectrum (explained below) to allow color transmission information to fit in the existing channels allotted.