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commercial Internet

A reference to the Internet after the network backbones run by the government were taken over by commercial carriers such as MCI and Sprint in the mid-1990s. The World Wide Web running over the Internet soon became the world's largest shopping mall. See Internet and e-commerce.
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Many commercial Internet providers offer unlimited access for about $25 per month.
The commercial Internet is expected to find uses quickly for technical innovations.
Several investment firms (Quick & Reilly, Max Ule and E*Trade) also have set up electronic links with the major commercial Internet providers to give investors multiple access paths to their brokerage accounts.
As the inventor and patent holder of Internet bingo1, Parlay is the first company in the world to develop and deploy a commercial Internet bingo product.
IPTV subscriber base of streaming broadcast television with one of the largest neutral commercial Internet exchange points in the world.
Since the birth of the commercial Internet, JupiterResearch has similarly helped media companies, advertising agencies, consumer brands and technology vendors and service providers to profit from the impact of the Internet and emerging consumer technologies on their business.
As a professional commercial Internet media, Chengku develops its business based on a B2B model with E-commerce services.

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