a company that provides internet access to customers or subscribers. ISPs typically provide a range of internet connection options, such as broadband, DSL, cable, and satellite, which allow customers to connect to the internet using a variety of devices, including computers, smartphones, and tablets.
ISPs are responsible for maintaining the physical infrastructure, such as cables, routers, and servers, that allow internet traffic to flow between different devices and networks. They also typically provide additional services such as email hosting, domain name registration, and virtual private network (VPN) services.
ISPs may operate on a regional, national, or international level, and may be either public or private companies.
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