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  2. 1 Thing Worth Watching at Fairpoint Communications

    Over the past 12 months, Fairpoint Communications generated $41.3 million cash while it booked a net loss of $205.1 million. That means it turned 4.2% of its revenue into FCF. That sounds OK.

  3. FairPoint Energy Expands in New Hampshire; Inks Agreement ...

    FairPoint Energy will continue to serve the acquired customers under the same contract length and pricing, with additional opt-in choices including FairPoint Energy's 100 percent green energy product.

  4. 3 Risks Frontier Communications Has to Handle

    A similar deal involving FairPoint Communications provides a worst-case scenario. In March 2008, FairPoint bought customer territories in northern New England from Verizon.

  5. AT&T - Wikipedia

    AT&T Inc. (originally the American Telephone and Telegraph Company) is an American multinational conglomerate holding company that is Delaware-registered but headquartered at Whitacre Tower in Downtown Dallas, Texas. It is the world's largest telecommunications company and the largest provider of mobile telephone services in the U.S.

  6. Free (ISP) - Wikipedia

    Free was the third ISP in France to offer Internet access without a subscription or a surcharged phone number, on 26 April 1999. Unlike its predecessors in the niche of access without subscription (World Online on 1999-04-01 and Freesurf [] on 1999-04-19), Free's offer was not restricted in time or number of subscribers.

  7. Spectrum (TV service) - Wikipedia

    It was upgraded to 4.0 Mbit/s later on, then to 5.0 Mbit/s in 2005, 7.0 Mbit/s in 2009, 10.0 Mbit/s in 2011, and 15.0 Mbit/s in 2012. The pricing for the Standard service started at $39.99/month, and gradually increased to $59.99/month as of 2016, although promotional and bundle pricing are available.

  8. FairPoint Communications - Wikipedia

    FairPoint Communications, Inc. was headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, and operated communication services in 31 markets in 17 states, mostly in rural areas. FairPoint services include local and long distance phone service, data, Internet, broadband, television, business communications solutions and fiber services. [3]