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What is ISP and what are its functions?

What is ISP and what are its functions?

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A. Intenal Service Provider. A company which provide internet connection for a fee.
B. Internet Service Provider. A company which provide internal transferring data service to an organization.
C. Internet Service Provider. A company which provide internet connection to other people for a fee.
D. Internal Service Provider. A company provide internal connection to transfer data between two company.

This question is part of Information Technology
Asked by Wyatt Williams, Last updated: Apr 02, 2020

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E. Stanley

E. Stanley, Technical writer, Indianapolis

Answered Sep 18, 2018

The function of an internet service provider is to provide internet service to those who need Internet service. Internet service providers may offer dial-up or broadband service to consumers. The most common method is through telephone lines. Dial-up connections require the use of a phone line and usually connections of 56 kbs or less.

Broadband connections can be either ISDN, broadband wireless access, cable modem, DSL, satellite or Ethernet. Broadband varies in speed between 64kband 20 +mb per second. All ISP's have their own servers, and the users are connected to those servers.

 

acediamond

Acediamond

Answered Jan 07, 2017

Internet Service Provider. A company which provide internet connection to other people for a fee.
 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Nov 25, 2016

Internet Service Provider. A company which provide internet connection to other people for a fee.
 

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