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Internet Business Marketing Guide for Contractors PLUS Fundraiser for Habitat ...
Wall Street Journal / 11/29/13
This book will get you up to speed on the simplest and most effective online business building strategies for residential construction professionals PLUS raise funds for Habitat for Humanity. Santa Cruz, USA - November 29th, 2013 /MarketersMedia/ -- The Construction Guild US Inc announces the publication of the book 'Internet and Social Media for Builders'. This book is a blueprint for a successful online presence for residential builders, subcontractors, and construction pros. It is laser-focused on the essentials of ...
Speed is key for internet service
The Star / 11/20/13
Superfast Internet service provider Ask4 has met the challenge of bringing 21st century technology to a business centre in an historic residential area of Sheffield. Devonshire Green-based Ask4 already provides superfast services to modern built business ...
AT&T expands 45 Mbps U-verse Internet in five more states
Telecompaper (subscription) / 9/26/13
In addition to the seventeen states where new speeds have already been launched, U-verse High Speed Internet Power will be available to eligible AT&T U-verse residential and small business customers in: Fort Smith and Little Rock, Arkansas, Topeka and ...
Comcast Raises Top-End Residential Broadband Tier to 505 Mbps
Multichannel News / 9/17/13
A Comcast customer who is apparently based in Washington, D.C., noted on the DSL Reports message board that the operator recently issued an alert about the speed upgrade and posted the results of two speed tests showing downstream speeds in excess ... Borrowing technology used for its business-class Internet service, Comcast is using a fiber-to-the-premises-based platform to support its new, speedy residential tier, which originally topped out at 305 Mbit/s down by 65 Mbps upstream for $299.95 per month.
EPB Increases Internet Speed for Customers
WTVC / 9/17/13
EPB Fiber Optics is increasing the potential Internet speed for its customers and cutting the price of its 1 Gig Internet speed to $69.99. "This is a way of saying, 'Thank you ... EPB has about 55,000 residential and business customers. Nearly 43,000 residential ...
EPB leaders gift faster Internet speeds to community
Nooga.com / 9/17/13
EPB leaders announced Tuesday morning that—to commemorate fiber optics' fourth birthday—they are giving customers access to higher-speed Internet for no extra charge. "This is a way ... EPB has about 55,000 residential and business customers. Nearly ...
Michigan Boost In Broadband Adoption Good For State Economy: New Report
CBS Local / 3/20/13
“We, as a team, will continue to reach out to provide business leaders, decision-makers, and residents with insight on broadband's potential as a platform for economic development and as a tool for cultivating a technology-oriented Michigan workforce.” According to a Connect Michigan survey released last week, residential broadband adoption has increased by 10 percentage points, increasing from 61 percent in 2011 to 71 percent in 2012. This increase bodes well for Michigan's economy as broadband helps ...
FairPoint Expands Broadband Internet Service in the North Country
Berlindailysun / 3/20/13
This most recent expansion makes FairPoint high-speed Internet available for the first time to many customers across Carroll, Coos, and Grafton counties – including the towns of Conway, North Conway, Franconia, Groveton, Jefferson, Gorham, Milan, Errol and Jackson. Local residents will have the ... To find out if you are eligible for FairPoint's high-speed Internet and to obtain information about prices and bundled plans, residential consumers can call 1-866-984-2001 or visit www.FairPoint.com. Tweet ˇ Fairpoint ...
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