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  2. Baja Broadband - Wikipedia

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    Baja Broadband was a cable television provider based in Alamogordo, New Mexico with subscribers in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas and Utah.The company was acquired on August 2, 2013, by Telephone and Data Systems, a Fortune 1000 company.

  3. Ting Inc. - Wikipedia

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    Ting Internet. Ting Internet is an American internet service provider. On December 15, 2014, Ting announced it was buying Blue Ridge Internetworks of Charlottesville, Virginia, which was already building fiber Internet. They began offering symmetrical gigabit fiber internet without bandwidth caps.

  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. Fiber to the premises in the United States - Wikipedia

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    The first complete fiber network in Alabama that offers internet speeds up to 1 gigabit. This television, phone and internet network is available to every home and business in the city of Opelika. Paxio Inc. Bay Area, California: Offering up to 1 Gbit/s symmetric speeds to homes and businesses in S.F. Bay Area in California. Peak Internet: Colorado

  6. Altice USA - Wikipedia

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    Altice USA, Inc., commonly known as Altice, is an American cable television provider with headquarters in New York City. It delivers pay television, Internet access, telephone services, and original television content to approximately 4.9 million residential and business customers in 21 states.

  7. Spectrum (TV service) - Wikipedia

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    The Lite tier was retired from Time Warner Cable's Internet lineup for a time, but in the summer of 2013 it returned to Time Warner Cable's Internet offerings. In late 2013, it was upgraded from 1.0 Mbit/s download to 2.0 Mbit/s and rebranded as Everyday Low Price .

  8. Mediacom - Wikipedia

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    This program offers cost assistance for wired home Internet access to Mediacom footprint residents who have school-aged children in the K–12 range. The purpose of this program is to provide online access to children for educational purposes and to help close the digital divide, a key issue receiving attention from the FCC in 2019.

  9. Level 3 Communications - Wikipedia

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    Level 3 Communications was an American multinational telecommunications and Internet service provider company headquartered in Broomfield, Colorado. It ultimately became a part of CenturyLink (now Lumen Technologies), where Level 3 President and CEO Jeff Storey was installed as Chief Operating Officer, becoming CEO of CenturyLink one year later in a prearranged succession plan.