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The FCC wants to speed up your internet above the clouds
fox6now.com / 5/10/13
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — If you hate paying $15 for Wi-Fi on your flight, only to have it move at the approximate speed of a sloth, the FCC has good news: It wants to speed up your internet above the clouds. ... “This service would help meet consumer demand by offering airline passengers access to better in-flight broadband and will increase competitive pressure on current systems to improve the quality of their in-flight services,” said Julius Genachowski, the Federal Communications Commission's outgoing ...
FCC moves to speed up in-flight Internet
The Hill (blog) / 5/9/13
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) moved forward with a proposal on Thursday that could boost the Internet speeds available for airplane passengers and potentially bring down prices. The FCC voted unanimously to seek public input on a ...
CenturyLink tests superfast Internet service in Omaha
Malaysia Sun / 5/2/13
CenturyLink, Minnesota's largest telephone company, is testing a new high-speed Internet service in Omaha that could eventually find its way to the Twin Cities. The test will offer a group of 48,000 mostly residential customers with Internet download speeds of ...
Omaha to get Fiber High Speed Internet
Social Zoo: Social Updates (blog) / 5/1/13
CenturyLink introducing gigabit-Internet to Omaha Residents of West Omaha, Nebraska, will be the latest recipients of super fast fiber Internet service. This time however, the broadband speed is not being delivered by Google's Fiber product. Internet service ...
Check your Internet speed
Sidney Sun Telegraph / 4/30/13
Check your Internet speed. April 30, 2013 | Vol. 140, No. 85. Have you ever wondered what just how fast your Internet service really is? A website from the Nebraska Public Service Commission can help answer those questions. The website ... The Nebraska Public Service Commission contracted with BroadMap to collect, verify, report and map the availability of broadband Internet access by location within Nebraska. Data provided by the Internet Service Providers was submitted to the National Telecommunicatio.
Internet Service Provider Changes Name
Inside INdiana Business (press release) / 4/30/13
Broadband Networks Wireless Internet will continue to work to provide quality service and support, faster speed, more reliability, larger coverage areas and new and exciting products for its customers. "We have made significant investments in new technology ...
Satellite Bandwidth Internet.com Launches its New Michigan High-Speed ...
Virtual-Strategy Magazine (press release) / 4/27/13
SatelliteBandwidthInternet.com delivers blazing new High-Speed Satellite Internet Speeds up to 15 Mbps to all Counties throughout Michigan via HughesNet Gen4. Lansing, Michigan (PRWEB) April 26, 2013. Many people in Michigan get frustrated when ... HughesNet Satellite Internet Service is a world renown satellite Internet service provider that offers competitive pricing, great equipment leasing, and bundle packaging to its customers. SatelliteBandwidthInternet.com is an authorized dealer of HughesNet and ...
Will Planned 'Google Fiber' Reduce a Need for Home Internet Service?
Kabir News / 4/26/13
So what else makes it so enticing besides the 1 gigabyte per second internet speed? Well, affordability is another thing that Fiber can offer to future customers. As it sits right now, there is a free internet service that comes with a $300 construction fee, but that ...
Google Fiber forcing competitors to make internet speed improvements
Next Big Future / 4/26/13
In Hong Kong, you can get 500-megabits-per-second Internet service for $25 a month. In my Massachusetts neighborhood, which happens to be served by Verizon FIOS fiber service, getting one-tenth that speed will set you back $80 (plus taxes and fees).
Internet speed to slow down again for cable repairs
PakistanToday.com.pk / 4/25/13
KARACHI - Internet users are likely to face a slowdown in browsing speed once again as an important submarine cable that manages 40 percent of the country's total bandwidth (internet traffic) will undergo maintenance and repairs from April 28, industry sources said. They also suggested ... According to updates, the internet service providers (ISPs), which received bandwidth from SMW-4 Network Operations Centre, the repair work of the affected segment will start on April 28 and might continue into May. The centre ...
Internet speed to slow down for cable repairs
The Express Tribune / 4/24/13
KARACHI: Internet users are likely to face a slowdown in browsing speed once again as an important submarine cable that manages 40% of the country's total bandwidth (internet traffic) will undergo maintenance and repairs from April 28, industry sources say and suggest that given the undersea ... According to updates, the internet service providers (ISPs), which received bandwidth from SMW-4 Network Operations Centre, the repair work of the affected segment will start on April 28 and might continue into May.
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