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  2. TDS Telecom - Wikipedia

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    With headquarters in Madison, TDS Telecom operates TDS Broadband LLC, and BendBroadband, and TDS Metrocom, LLC. Combined, the company employs nearly 3,300 people. In 2019, TDS Telecom and parent company TDS Inc. celebrated 50 years in business.

  3. TDS Metrocom - Wikipedia

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    TDS Metrocom is TDS Telecom 's local phone business, providing customers with phone, data, and Internet services in a five-state area in the midwestern United States. Its central office is located at 3416 University Ave in Madison, Wisconsin.

  4. Telephone and Data Systems - Wikipedia

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    In 1983 it founded U.S. Cellular as a subsidiary. In 2001, it acquired Straus Printing Company and combined it with a previously-acquired printing company, Suttle Press, to form Suttle-Straus as another subsidiary. LeRoy T. Carlson, the founder of TDS, died in May 2016 at the age of 100. References

  5. AT&T Internet - Wikipedia

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    The 7330 ISAM is an internet protocol DSL access multiplexer that supports VDSL and ADSL protocols. FTTP (fiber to the premises) systems use model 7340, mostly in areas such as new neighborhoods or large housing developments, where AT&T chooses to run fiber to the household, removing the distance limitations of copper.

  6. AT&T Internet Services - Wikipedia

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    Southwestern Bell Internet Services ( swbell.net, sbcglobal.net) AT&T Worldnet (att.net, flash.net, wans.net) BellSouth Telecommunications ( bellsouth.net) also provides AT&T FastAccess Internet service in the Southeast United States. AT&T has now assigned the att.net domain and AT&T Yahoo! Internet service in the AT&T Southeast (BellSouth) Region.

  7. @Home Network - Wikipedia

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    At the company's peak it provided high speed Internet service for 4.1 million subscribers in the United States, Canada, Japan, Australia, and the Benelux nations (Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg). The company operated as four joint ventures, three of which were international. In 1999, the company acquired Excite.

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