Cox Low Income Internet Discount

Cox Communications is the largest private telecom company in the U.S., with over 6 million residential and business customers. Cox is an avid participant in the non-profit Connect2Compete initiative whose mission is to provide affordable high speed Internet to low income Americans. “Having a computer and Internet service at home is no longer a luxury […]
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Comcast Internet Essentials for Low Income Families

Affordable Home Internet Comcast Cable is the largest broadband provider in the US, serving approximately 25 million high speed Internet subscribers. Comcast provides coverage in wide range of cities spread across 39 states and the District of Columbia. Comcast initiated their Internet Essentials program in 2011 to help millions of low income Americans bridge the […]
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Cox Gigablast Internet Install

I recently had the new Cox Gigablast (Gigabit) Internet installed. In this post I will explain the Gigablast install and review the performance of the service. Gigablast is Cox cable’s name for its fiber optic Gigabit Internet service. Google started installing Gigabit fiber Internet a few years ago and other ISP’s such as Cox are […]
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High Internet Speeds for Mifflinburg from Atlantic Broadband

Atlantic Broadband has started offering faster residential and business Internet speeds in Mifflinburg and surrounding communities. This is part of the company’s ongoing service enhancements in the area with a long-term vision to become the best. Effective May 3, Atlantic Broadband is offering  residential  and  business Internet speeds of up to 120 Mbps/10 Mbps, which […]
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Comcast to Offer Gigabit Network Services for Bethesda Green

Comcast Business has been named the exclusive Gigabit network services provider for Bethesda Green in a move that will raise their market profile in a big way. Bethesda Green is a rapidly-growing incubator for environmentally sustainable businesses in Montgomery County, Md., a suburb of Washington, D.C. The agreement provides a 1 Gigabit-per-second (Gbps) Ethernet Dedicated Internet […]
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