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A Domain Registrar Is Starting a Fiber ISP To Compete With Comcast

Jason Koebler writes: Tucows Inc., an internet company that’s been around since the early 90s — it’s generally known for being in the shareware business and for registering and selling premium domain names — announced that it’s becoming an internet service provider. Tucows will offer fiber internet to customers in Charlottesville, Virginia — which is served by Comcast and CenturyLink — in early 2015 and eventually wants to expand to other markets all over the country. “Everyone who has built a well-run gigabit network has had demand exceeding their expectations,” Elliot Noss, Tucows’ CEO said. “We think there’s space in the market for businesses like us and smaller.”

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