Free or Low Cost Internet for Low Income Families

“Delivering on the Promise of Broadband & Access to Technology for All Americans” According to a recent FCC report, There are still over 64 million people without home access to the Internet.  A disproportionate number of those are low income families. 43% of these American families cite the primary reason for not subscribing to a […]
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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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Double Oak Mayor Scolds Frontier over Poor Network

It has not been a rosy journey since Frontier Communications took over Verizon Wireless operations in Texas. The company had expected the move to be a game changer for their business in Texas but things are not burning out as they expected. Not only has the company staff raised issues on the matter but customers […]
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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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Google Fiber Rolls Out 1 Gbps Internet in Huntsville

Google Fiber has begun installing fiber in Huntsville, Alabama to support its low-priced 1 Gbps Internet service. The rollout will be completed in mid-2017 and Google Fiber will provide its 1 Gbps service to residents and small to medium-sized businesses. They plan to cover the entire city within four years in the seemingly ambitious plan. […]
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Windstream Takes Gigabit Internet to New Markets

Windstream Communications is not taking the rising market competition lightly and has since expanded its ultra-fast 1 Gigabit Internet service to four market areas. The new strategy will see Windstream increase its foothold in the American Internet industry despite being an already established service provider. With the new internet product, it is expected to partly […]
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Google Fiber Bringing High-Speed Internet to Portland

The long-standing dream of enjoying high Internet speeds could become a reality to residents of Portland very soon. This is after Google Fiber showed all clear indications of venturing into the area that has lagged behind over the years in internet services. The Oregonian reports that Google Fiber has already begun the formal application process […]
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Frontier Communications Lays Down Succession Plan

Frontier Communications Corporation has laid out plans for smooth transition in the succession of its top leadership expected to take effect from April 1, 2016. The changes will affect its Board of Directors. Maggie Wilderotter, the Company’s CEO for ten and one-half years and its Executive Chairman since April 1, 2015, will be succeeded as […]
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Comcast Increases Xfinity Internet Cost for Heavy Data Usage

Comcast Cable plans to expand consumer trials to a total of 15 states that charge Xfinity Internet subscribers extra fees. The extra fees have been imposed in cases where customers stream online video for many hours or run through vast amounts of data. The new move by Comcast will definitely open up debate on whether […]
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