Internet Access Providers

AT&T
AT&T
AT&TN State traces its beginnings to the creation of the High Point Telephone Exchange in High Point, N. C. By local businessmen in 1895. In 1899, J. F. Hayden, an inventor and visionary who had earlier pioneered the 1st telephone system in neighboring Thomasville, N. C. Purchased the High Point firm and


JMI Telecom
JMI Telecom
Dialup Internet access continues to be an affordable way to access all the great resources available on the Internet today. We know that our clients want simply the highest service available with 1000's of access numbers and toll-free availability but without the frustration of complicated pricing structures.
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Broadstar Service
Broadstar Service
Broadstar ServiceExceptional developers realize that it takes more than a well-built home to fill neighborhoods in todays competitive market. BroadStar was created to understand the requirements of Greenfield domestic developers and their residents. In 2004 we started addressing the failure of incumbent cable and telephone
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BMG Communications
BMG Communications
BMG CommunicationsMG Communications bridges the gap between product vendors and service providers by providing end-to-end solutions through a multifaceted approach. We're a consultative resource to corporate customers and provide the opportunity for both business and consumer customers to acquire competitively priced
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CT Communications
CT Communications
As set forth by the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS) and TELCORDIA standards, the Access Service Request (ASR) is a form used by a Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) to request that the Incumbent Local Exchange Carrier (ILEC) supplies Special Access or Switched Access
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Nc.net Internet Service
Nc.net Internet Service
Nc.net Internet ServiceAll of NC.net's dial-up connection access numbers are capable of digital BRI connections. Connections via digital telephone lines are faster (up to 256k) more efficient, and more reliable than traditional analog phone service. Call your local phone firm to see if ISDN service is available in your area.
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