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  2. Telephone and Data Systems - Wikipedia

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    Telephone and Data Systems, Inc. is a Chicago-based telecommunications service company providing wireless products and services; cable and wireline broadband, TV and voice services; and hosted and managed services to approximately 6 million customers nationwide through its business units TDS Telecom and U.S. Cellular (NYSE: USM) and OneNeck IT ...

  3. GCI (company) - Wikipedia

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    GCI Communication Corp (GCI) is a telecommunications corporation operating in Alaska.Through its own facilities and agreements with other providers, GCI provides cable television service, Internet access, wireline (networking) and cellular telephone service.

  4. Prepaid mobile phone - Wikipedia

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    A prepaid phone number specifically purchased to be used briefly and then replaced is known colloquially as a burner phone or burner. A Los Angeles technology company currently offers a mobile application of the same name that replicates this functionality for a smartphone.

  5. Ting Inc. - Wikipedia

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    Ting's cellular business model does not subsidize phone sales or require contracts beyond month-to-month. Pricing is in separate data tiers, all of which deliver unlimited voice and text. Ting supports devices that run on Sprint (CDMA), T-Mobile (GSM) and Verizon's (CDMA) cellular networks depending on the frequencies of the device.

  6. Cox Communications - Wikipedia

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    Cox licensed the PowerBoost technology from Comcast in 2007 and offers it on the Preferred, Premier, and Ultimate levels of service. Top service download speeds are between 15 and 300 Mbit/s. "Soft" monthly bandwidth caps are listed for all four levels of service, and Cox does charge a considerable fee for exceeding data usage limits.

  7. Consolidated Communications - Wikipedia

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    The company provides data, internet, voice, managed and hosted, cloud and IT services to business customers, and internet, TV, phone and home security services to residential customers. With 36,000 fiber route miles, [4] it is a top ten fiber provider in the U.S., [5] serving customers in 23 states.

  8. FairPoint Communications - Wikipedia

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    FairPoint Communications, Inc. was headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, and operated communication services in 31 markets in 17 states, mostly in rural areas.. FairPoint services include local and long distance phone service, data, Internet, broadband, television, business communications solutions and fiber serv

  9. Charter Spectrum - Wikipedia

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    The Standard service tier was Time Warner Cable's base package. At 3.0 Mbit/s download, it was the only speed offered when the Road Runner service was created. It was upgraded to 4.0 Mbit/s later on, then to 5.0 Mbit/s in 2005, 7.0 Mbit/s in 2009, 10.0 Mbit/s in 2011, and 15.0 Mbit/s in 2012.