Our Mechanic will come out to your home or office to setup your Internet Service Provider equipment with the software that they provided for internet connectivity.

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What’s Included
Internet Service Provider Setup In-Home
$80.00
Connect and configure your system so that it communicates with your ISP.
Create an e-mail account if client doesn’t already have one.
Troubleshoot connectivity issues.

What is ISP?

Toshiba Customizable Laptops Vertical bannerAre you ready to set up a internet connection in your home? Have you had a bad experience dealing with your Internet provider when it comes to installing there software and connecting to the internet from your PC or Laptop? If so Contact PC Mechanics to get it done quickly so you can start enjoying the freedom of the world wide web! The PC Mechanics will:
    1. Connect and configure your system so that it communicates with your ISP
    2. Create an e-mail account if client doesn’t already have one.
    3. Troubleshoot connectivity issues.
An Internet service provider (ISP) is a company that provides access to the Internet. Access ISPs connect customers to the Internet using copper, wireless or fiber connections. Hosting ISPs lease server space for smaller businesses and host other people servers . Transit ISPs provide large tubes for connecting hosting ISPs to access ISPs.
An Internet service provider (ISP) is a company that provides access to the Internet. Access ISPs connect customers to the Internet using copper, wireless or fiber connections. Hosting ISPs lease server space for smaller businesses and host other people servers. Transit ISPs provide large tubes for connecting hosting ISPs to access ISPs.
Typical home user connection
    1. Broadband wireless access
    2. Cable Internet
    3. Dial-up
    4. ISDN
  • Modem
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  • DSL
  • FTTH
  • Wi-Fi
  • Typical business-type connection
      1. DSL
      2. Ethernet technologies
      3. Leased line
      4. SHDSL

    Free ISP

    Free ISPs are Internet Service Providers (ISPs) which provide service free of charge. Many free ISPs display advertisements while the user is connected; like commercial television, in a sense they are selling the users’ attention to the advertiser. Other free ISPs, often called freenets, are run on a nonprofit basis, usually with volunteer staff.