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No cable or phone line required. No satellite lag. Traditional ISPs should be nervous.
Scheduling, billing, inventory and client tracking -- these applications offer complete systems for managing your on-site service business.
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If your ISP allows it, buying and installing your own modem can net you some sweet performance improvements and a cheaper monthly bill.
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