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Fiber Internet – The Ultimate Communication Technology

For 50 years, Smart City Telecom has been dedicated to delivering fiber services to Celebration’s residents and businesses, including the Walt Disney Company parks, resorts, and associated companies. As Celebration’s population has grown by almost 160% since 2000, Smart City has been at the forefront of providing telecom services to its communities and businesses.  …

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Prepare For The Best Online Gaming Experience

You’re in the middle of the biggest push of the round. Your team is depending on you. It’s all or nothing. When suddenly, your connection is interrupted. Game over. Glitches happen, but don’t let your Internet be the roadblock. Before you start your next game, brush up on bandwidth requirements for the gaming systems you…

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Getting the Best Internet Experience with Symmetrical Bandwidth

The faster your Internet connection is, the better your surfing and streaming experience. The less you see the buffering spinning circle, the happier you and your family will be with your Internet provider. Most Internet providers talk about speed as their primary point of service, but what does that really mean for your experience?  …

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Saving Money On TV Entertainment Has Never Been Easier

There’s never been a better time to cut the cable cord and save on entertainment. Instead of paying $100-200 every month for cable channels never watched, more Americans than ever are cutting the cable TV cord in favor of streaming services like Sling TV, YouTube TV, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney Plus, HBO Max, and…

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Simple Ways To Protect Your Data

Since 2020, data breaches have become more rampant. Personal information from 10.6 million MGM Resorts guests and over 533 million Facebook users was found on hacking forums. Over 280 million Microsoft customer support records were left unprotected. More than 500,000 Zoom teleconferencing account credentials were found for sale on the dark web. Using the same…

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