NetCarrier is ranked #34 of the largest provider in the U.S., in terms of availability to customers.
NetCarrier offers Internet service to approximately 4,428,922 people in 28 counties over 2 states.
NetCarrier offers Internet service via the following technology: Copper.
Since 1996, Net Carrier has provided both data and voice services to the northeastern part of the United States. They were founded on the premise that many people could not get dial-up service through AOL in the 1990s. There were some who could dial into AOL, but they were unable to maintain a stable connection. So, this company was to bridge the gap for customers and give them the services they needed. In 2001, they expanded to help those in the commercial markets. They expanded with the help of their parent company. They extended their reach into states like New Jersey, New York, and Delaware. Their fiber-optic service network was introduced in 2010. It increased the speed of its services.
Net Carrier Facts:
"Many large businesses use Net Carriers services. This includes various government foundations like the Center for Family Services and the Protection Bureau.
"The company has developed many successful products, which includes things like nCloud Product Suite.
"To optimize business transactions and have efficient data and voice services, many customers use the NCloud Product Suite.
"This company has formed many affiliations with companies like Microsoft, Cisco, ADTRAN, and Polycom. Not to mention the other countless partners they have with the Channel Partner Program.
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