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  2. Prodigy (online service) - Wikipedia

    In Mexico, Prodigy Internet is the main ISP with an estimated 92% of market share. It is also the leader in WiFi (hotspots) and broadband (DSL) access. The broadband service is called Prodigy Infinitum and is available in speeds of 512 kbit/s, 1024 kbit/s, 2048 kbit/s, 4096 kbit/s and 20480 kbit/s. [34]

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  6. Prodigy: The pre-Internet online service that didn’t live up ...

    Prodigy was one of these premium services. It was the pre-Web online service that succeeded in spite of unbelievable blunders like censorship and taking away services that it had offered for free.

  7. Before the Web: Online services of yesteryear | ZDNET

    Prodigy, which was created by IBM, Sears and CBS, wasn't meant to be an online service. It was meant to be an online shopping and news delivery service using television set-top boxes.

  8. The Big Internet Brands Of The '90s — Where Are They Now? - NPR

    A younger competitor to CompuServe, Prodigy was a "home computer information service" launched nationally in 1990 by a partnership of Sears and IBM, distinguishing itself with the addition of ...

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  10. Where Online Services Go When They Die - The Atlantic

    In this case, the missing cultural repository is Prodigy, a consumer-oriented online service that launched in 1988 as a partnership between Sears and IBM. Users accessed it by dialing into...

  11. 07-15-14 asides Resurrecting Prodigy, The World’s Proto-Internet Before the Internet, there was Prodigy. Extinct for almost 15 years, one hacker is bringing Prodigy back.