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  2. 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."

  3. Ting Inc. - Wikipedia

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    Ting Inc. is an American mobile virtual network operator and internet service provider and a subsidiary of Dish Wireless.It consists of Ting Mobile, a mobile virtual network operator, and Ting Internet, an internet service provider that offers gigabit fiber Internet.

  4. magicJack - Wikipedia

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    It is a computer peripheral that, in combination with telephony service from the related YMAX Corporation, provides Internet-based telephone service (VoIP) to the United States and Canada. In 2011 the company introduced MagicJack Plus, which no longer requires a computer (but still requires the user to have an Internet service provider).

  5. U-verse TV - Wikipedia

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    By the third quarter of 2012, AT&T had 4.3 million TV subscribers, 2.7 million Phone subscribers and 7.1 million Internet. This represents 7% growth quarter on quarter. The actual number of customers is lower, as most customers subscribe to a bundle (such as TV and Phone) and so are counted in both categories.

  6. GCI (company) - Wikipedia

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    History. GCI was founded in 1979 by Ron Duncan and Bob Walp. On November 10, 2005, the company reported third-quarter profits of $2.3 million, down from $9.3 million during the same three months of 2004.

  7. Comcast - Wikipedia

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    Comcast's Customer Service Rating by the ACSI surveys indicate that the company's customer service has not improved since the surveys began in 2001. Analysis of the surveys states that "Comcast is one of the lowest scoring companies in ACSI. As its customer satisfaction eroded by 7% over the past year, revenue increased by 12%."

  8. FairPoint Communications - Wikipedia

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    State regulators sought a lower figure out of concerns that excess debt would hamper service and expansion. Approximately 1.6 million phone customers and 230,000 internet users in the three states were added to FairPoint's customer base, with the result that the Northern New England customers represented 85% of FairPoint's customers.

  9. Qwest - Wikipedia

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    Qwest merged with "Baby Bell" US West on June 30, 2000 through an apparent hostile takeover.Philip Anschutz owned 17.5% of the resulting company. Unlike prior merger transactions between the Baby Bells, in which the acquired entities survived as subsidiaries of SBC Communications and Bell Atlantic, US WEST ceased to exist when it was immediately absorbed into Qwest with all subsidiaries of US ...