Tag Archives: Internet

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Bringing your business to the fast lane

Take a moment to think about how much your business relies on its internet connection. Odds are, it probably does rather singificantly. Now ask yourself, “is my internet connection as fast as it should be?” Many may flat-out say no. Particularly those utilizing DSL connections running over the telephone lines. But faster options (much faster) could readily be available with Continue Reading...
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Improving your telephone experience with Hosted PBX

While a good amount of business today is conducted over the Internet, there are times that you just need to pick up the phone and make a call. And with antiquated telephone systems in use all over, you may find that experience in itself to be frustrating. But telephony as we know it has transformed by leaps and bounds with Continue Reading...
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Meganet Now Offering Up to 10 & 15Mbps (Download Speeds) DSL at Qualifying Locations

Meganet Communications is proud to offer new and existing DSL users additional speed options effective immediately. Previously, DSL download speeds were limited to up to 7Mbps. With the additional options now available through Meganet, customers at qualifying locations can choose from the following packages: Download/Upload Speed & Price: 10Mbps/1Mbps: $58.96 15Mbps/1Mbps: $66.96 As these higher speeds are reliant on distance Continue Reading...
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Three Benefits of an Independent Telecom

One of the very first questions our account representatives get asked when working with a new client is “Why should we work with you instead of with a larger national-based Internet and phone service provider like (insert big company name here)?” Regardless of the services being discussed, whether it’s Metro Ethernet, Hosted PBX, Ethernet over Copper, or server colocation, customers Continue Reading...
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Why Is My Internet Connection Slow?

One of the most common calls our Support team fields is from clients who are concerned over the speed of their Internet connection. Both residential and business customers call or email in and ask why it seems like their Internet connection is running slower than it normally appears. Regardless if it’s DSL, T1, Metro Ethernet, or wireless, many customers will Continue Reading...
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Moving Your Business? Some Installation Guidelines

Recently we’ve been contacted by a number of businesses who are either moving locations, or are opening up new branches. Summer time is one of the best times to move, given that a rainstorm certainly won’t cause as much havoc as a blizzard will in mid-winter! While we’ve all gotten used to the fact that the Internet is pretty much Continue Reading...
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Is Your Web Browser Secure?

Microsoft once again found itself embroiled in a security issue when it was announced that multiple versions of Internet Explorer had a known vulnerability so bad that the US Department of Homeland Security advised web surfers to stop using it. Thankfully, the issue was fixed in both IE as well as Windows XP (despite Microsoft’s end of XP support) and users can Continue Reading...
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Better Internet Access From A Multi-Homed Network

Internet access providers are not created equally. Or to be more precise, they’re not built equally. Every provider develops and builds their network based on their client areas, and the services they feel are needed to provide the best access to their customers. Some Internet providers, in particular larger national carriers, want to keep their customers on their network for Continue Reading...
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What Does “Mission Critical” Mean, And Why Is It Important?

If you’ve read a number of our blog posts over the years, and made your way through some of the service descriptions on our website, you’ve probably seen the phrase “mission critical” used a number of times. When we’re talking with a new or potential client, one of the first things we always ask them is if they consider their Continue Reading...
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Should Your Business Have A Backup Internet Connection?

Internet access over the last 20 years has become crucial for so many businesses. Companies use the Internet to correspond with clients and vendors. They conduct research. Employees send files and collaborate with each other using cloud services. Data is backed up using the Internet. Many companies are now dependent on the Internet for their phone services as well. So, Continue Reading...
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