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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.
TDS Telecom; Windstream (including Earthlink) Verizon High Speed Internet; Residential – fewer than one million subscribers. Armstrong Zoom; Atlantic Broadband; Atlas Networks; B2X Online - VA; Bernard Telephone Co; Cincinnati Bell; Comelec; ComTecCloud; CS Technologies, Inc. Exede Internet; Google Fiber; Greenlight Networks; Honest Networks ...
1986; 36 years ago () (as Post-Newsweek Cable); 1997; 25 years ago () (Cable One)
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
Free was the third ISP in France to offer Internet access without a subscription or a surcharged phone number, on 26 April 1999. Unlike its predecessors in the niche of access without subscription (World Online on 1999-04-01 and Freesurf  on 1999-04-19), Free's offer was not restricted in time or number of subscribers.
Optimum is an Internet, TV, Mobile and Home phone company serving the New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania Tri-State area, and North Carolina.It is the 4th largest cable provider in the United States and is a Fortune 500 telecommunications company.
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."