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  2. Switch now to Fios Business Internet. Get a speed upgrade to 940/880 Mbps when you buy our 500 Mbps plan, with 2-year term. Businesses who sign up for new Fios Internet (standalone and bundle) on our mid-tier speed plan (500/500 Mbps) with a 2 year term will receive a complimentary speed upgrade to up to 940/880 Mbps.

  3. Business Products | Verizon

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    Have any comments on the page? Would you like to see something here? Is this now your permanent UNIX answer emporium? Send any comments, questions, or bug reports to webmaster@bsd.org**.

  7. Who Owns The Internet? | Webopedia

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    UUNET; Level 3; Verizon; AT&T; Lumen Technologies; Sprint; IBM; These companies are Internet Service Providers (ISPs), which means that anyone wanting to access the internet must ultimately work with these companies. There are also smaller ISPs, such as Cable and DSL companies. These companies are not part of the internet’s backbone, but ...

  8. Опорные сети Интернета — Википедия

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    Четырьмя крупнейшими частными провайдерами сетевой связи на дальние расстояния стали UUNet ru en, AT&T, Sprint и Level 3. Региональные опорные сети

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    Business Contact Centre (BCC) Set up a consultation today and let our experienced Business Sales Professionals evaluate your business needs, assess your current service and help figure out the right solutions for your business.

  10. Bernard Ebbers - Wikipedia

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    Bernard John Ebbers (August 27, 1941 – February 2, 2020) was a Canadian businessman, the co-founder and CEO of WorldCom and a convicted fraudster. Under his management, WorldCom grew rapidly but collapsed in 2002 amid revelations of accounting irregularities, making it at the time one of the largest accounting scandals in the United States.

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