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  2. TDS - Wikipedia

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    Business and finance. Tax Deducted at Source, in India; Tenancy Deposit Scheme (England and Wales) Telephone and Data Systems, a US company . TDS Telecom, a subsidiary; Thompson Dorfman Sweatman, a law firm, Winnipeg, Canada

  3. LocalBTV - Wikipedia

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    LocalBTV is an internet television service based in the Silicon Valley and owned by Didja. The service allows subscribers to view live and DVR recorded streams of over-the-air television on Internet-connected devices.

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  5. 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.

  6. Hot (Israel) - Wikipedia

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    In November 2004, Hot Telecom commenced providing domestic fixed line telephone services to residential and business subscribers. The company’s shares were traded on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange and was a constitute of the TA-100 Index until its acquisition by Altice. In March 2013, the company employed 3,958 workers.

  7. PrimeStar - Wikipedia

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    PrimeStar was a U.S. direct broadcast satellite broadcasting company formed in 1991 by a consortium of cable television system operators (TCI Satellite Entertainment Group, Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications, Comcast and MediaOne) and GE Americom, the satellite arm of General Electric, collectively referred to as the PrimeStar Partners.

  8. Frontier Communications - Wikipedia

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

  9. Claro (Dominican Republic) - Wikipedia

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    Claro (formerly CODETEL) is the largest telecommunications company in the Dominican Republic and provides local, long-distance, and wireless voice services, as well as Internet and IPTV services, to approximately four million customers.