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Cable modems are the wave of the future


There are several different methods to achieve communication between computers. In the case of the Internet, most people use a telephone modem to establish a connection between their computer and the computer that gives them access to the Internet. Normally, the computer that gives them access to the Internet, referred to as an ISP (Internet Service Provider) can only have a limited number of users on it at any given time. In this case, users may find that they cannot make a connection and therefore get a busy signal.

Some drawbacks of dial up connections are a having a slow connection, busy signals, and getting disconnected while online. It is also important to note that an extra telephone line is required.

Cable modems can offer tremendous advantages for accessing the Internet and Cox Communications Inc. provides the best value for the dollar. They claim to beat any competitor in terms of price and value. Cox Communication Internet service is called @Home.

The following is a current price list and is also available at www.coxrevolution.com.



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