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  2. Verizon Communications - Wikipedia

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    In 2004, Verizon launched its Fios Internet service, which transmits data over fiber optic cables, in Keller, Texas. The company launched Fios TV in September 2005, also in Keller. Twenty percent of qualified homes had signed up by the end of 2004.

  3. Verizon New York - Wikipedia

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    Service was disrupted to approximately 300,000 business and consumer voice circuits, 3,600,000 data circuits (including the New York Stock Exchange), and 10 cell towers. Police Department headquarters lost telephone service, but the nearby NYTel building at 375 Pearl Street had its own small exchange which only lost part of its connections to ...

  4. Ting Inc. - Wikipedia

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    Originally established in February 2012 by Tucows, Ting provides cellular service in the United States using the T-Mobile network, while some grandfathered accounts use the Verizon network. The service is sold off-contract with usage-based billing that adjusts the cost of service within tiers based on actual customer usage.

  5. Armstrong Group of Companies - Wikipedia

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    Armstrong has been rated #1 in customer service by Consumer Reports for two years in a row. (2014 & 2015) Internet Service Providers were ranked at the bottom of Consumer Reports lists for those years. Political Activities. In 2012, Armstrong offered 2016: Obama's America for free to its customers.

  6. TV Everywhere - Wikipedia

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    TV Everywhere (also known as authenticated streaming or authenticated video on-demand) refers to a type of subscription business model wherein access to streaming video content from a television channel requires users to "authenticate" themselves as current subscribers to the channel, via an account provided by their participating pay television provider, in order to access the content.

  7. 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."

  8. Optimum (cable brand) - Wikipedia

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    Optimum is an Internet, TV, Mobile and Home phone company serving the New York, New Jersey, Connecticut Tri-State area, and North Carolina. It is the 4th largest cable provider in the United States and is a Fortune 500 telecommunications company.

  9. U-verse TV - Wikipedia

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    U-verse TV is a DirecTV brand of IPTV service. Launched on June 26, 2006, U-verse included broadband Internet (now AT&T Internet or AT&T Fiber), IP telephone (now AT&T Phone), and IPTV (U-verse TV) services in 48 states.