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  2. Vonage - Wikipedia

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    Vonage (/ ˈ v ɒ n ɪ dʒ /, legal name Vonage Holdings Corp.) is an American publicly held business cloud communications provider.Headquartered in Holmdel Township, New Jersey, the company was founded in 2001 as a provider of residential telecommunications services based on voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).

  3. 5G - Wikipedia

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    Overview. 5G networks are digital cellular networks, for which the service area is divided into small geographical cells.The 5G wireless devices in a cell communicate by radio waves with a local antenna array and low power automated transceiver (transmitter and receiver) in the cell, over frequency channels assigned by the transceiver from a pool of frequencies that are reused in other cells.

  4. Metro by T-Mobile - Wikipedia

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    Metro by T-Mobile (formerly known as MetroPCS and also known simply as Metro) is an American prepaid wireless service provider and brand owned by T-Mobile US.It previously operated the fifth largest mobile telecommunications network in the United States using code-division multiple access (CDMA).

  5. Clearwire - Wikipedia

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    Logo used in Spain by Clearwire España, S.A. to market 4G wireless Internet services under the Instanet brand Clearwire provides service in Spain in the 3.4–3.6 GHz frequency range. [44]

  6. Cox Communications - Wikipedia

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    Cox Wireless utilized Sprint's voice and 3G networks and also had planned to build out their own 4G LTE network. [50] On May 24, 2011, Cox Communications announced it would decommission its plans to build a 3G wireless network, and would instead offer Sprint service to half of its current footprint and operate as a Sprint MVNO by the end of 2011.

  7. Frontier Communications of Connecticut - Wikipedia

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    It was the founder of the first telephone exchange, as well as the world's first telephone book. Since its inception, SNET has held a monopoly on most of the telephone services in the state of Connecticut; the only remaining exceptions are the Greenwich and Byram exchanges where Verizon New York provides telephone service.