A company that sells Internet access. More commonly called an Internet Service Provider (ISP).
an organisation that provides access to the Internet. Also known as Internet Service Provider (ISP)
Any organization that provides access to the Internet. Usually this is for a fee.
Organization providing and maintaining network services for subscribers.
An access provider is a company that provides you with access to the Internet. You connect your personal computer to the provider's remote computer to make the connection. Some access providers are large commercial services that also offer proprietary content. Others are small local or regional companies that offer just Internet access. If you connect to the Internet directly from your computer at work, then your company is your access provider. (See also Internet Service Provider.)
a company or an organization, which enables you to access the Internet
A company that sells internet access. Also known as an Internet Service Provider (ISP) or Internet Access Provider (IAP). Most provide access via a dial-up connection. That is, your modem dials the access provider's phone number to connect you to the net.
This is the organization that connects you to the Internet. (You might also hear the term "Internet Service Provider," or ISP.) Your access provider can also supply your connection software (such as the TCP/IP protocol); front-end software (such as FTP, Telnet, Internet Explorer, or Netscape); email and newsgroup accounts; and other services.
the business or organization that provides the service that enables a user to connect to the Internet via modem or dedicated line
Service provider; an organization or company that provides access to a network.
An Internet service provider who provides local access to the Internet. Also known as a local dial-up provider or ISP.
A company that provides its customers a service to access the Internet. The user normally connects to the access provider's server via a modem using a dial-up connection.
A company that provides you with Internet access and, in some cases, an online account on its computer system.
Company that provides Internet connections. Also known as an Internet Service Provider (ISP).
The company that provides you with Internet access and, in some cases, an online account on their computer system.
Organization that arranges for you to have access to the Internet through a dial-up account. The charge is usually depending on the amount of usage you contract for.
A company which provides its customers a service whereby the can access the Internet. The user normally connects to the Access provider's computer via a modem using a dial up connection.
A company that provides access to the Internet, either through dialing in to a host computer or a SLIP/PPP connection. Some, though, define an access provider as a service that provides strictly a SLIP/PPP connection, therefore excluding online services such as America Online. Also referred to as an Internet access provider (IAP) or Internet service provider (ISP).
A company that sells Internet connectivity.
an organisation that provides individuals and companies with a connection to the internet. Also referred to as an ISP (Internet Service Provider) or, sometimes, an IAP (Internet Access Provider).
A company or corporation that provides Internet connectivity for a monthly or yearly fee.
Also known as Internet Service Provider (ISP) and On-line Service Provider (OSP). Internet users connect to the Internet through these companies, institutions and organizations, usually for a fee.
An access provider is a commercial company that provides its customers with a service that gives them access to the Internet.
This is a company that offers Internet Access, such as DialMaine.
Any organization that arranges for an individual or an organization to have access to the Internet.
A company that provides its customers access to the internet. The user normally connects to the provider's network server through a modem using a dial-up connection.
A company providing services to enable a company or individual to access the Internet. Access providers are divided into Internet Service Provider (ISP) and Online Service Providers (OSPs) .
(ISP or Internet service provider) A private company that provides customers access to the Internet in exchange for a fee, though some companies are now offering this service for free.
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Commercial or private organizations that provide access to the Internet or specific features of it such as Email.