How-To Geek


An ISP, or Internet Service Provider, is the company that provides internet access between the greater internet infrastructure and the end consumer. In other words, the company you pay to provide “the last mile” of connectivity to your home or business is your Internet Service Provider. In addition to providing simple TCP/IP network connectivity, most ISPs also offer an array of peripheral services including email hosting, small personal web hosting, and increasingly–as large telecommunication and media companies continue to merge–phone and premium television access, too.

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