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- Mark Wahlberg and Jim Carrey among stars rushing to sell homes to beat new ‘mansion’ tax
- Courteney Cox says her 18-year-old daughter calls her 'cheugy' for what she thinks are 'silly' Instagram posts
DETROIT NEWS HEADLINES
- Rubin: Detroit, Toledo zoos on alert after odd incidents around country
- Detroit teen who lost mom to cancer perseveres with 4.3 GPA, full-ride scholarship
- Free Press Flashback: The life cycle of Detroit's freeways
- Michigan GOP shoots itself in the foot by linking gun control to Holocaust
- High wind advisory issued until midnight as thousands in Metro Detroit are without power
DETROIT NEWS SPORTS
- Lack of offense contributing to Red Wings' disappointing tailspin
- Tigers will wait to finalize Opening Day roster
- Trieu: Michigan State football in mix for highly rated California offensive lineman
- Winded: Detroit City FC drops home opener to Indy Eleven
- Tigers' Rogers proving to be part of the solution at catcher
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WASHINGTON POST HEADLINES
- Live updates: Biden declares Mississippi disaster as 26 killed; tornadoes reported in Georgia
- Tigers escape enclosures after storm damages Georgia zoo
- Once hounded by police, LA street vendors find new freedom
- Tornadoes tear through rural Mississippi and Alabama, killing 26
- The untold story of Jimmy Carter, his best friend and a murder charge
- Warriors hope recent wins swing momentum away from 'dangerous' play-in
- Follow live: Creighton, San Diego State complete for place in Final Four
- Florida Atlantic and the 10 most amazing runs to the men's Final Four
- LeBron now questionable to face Bulls on Sunday
- UConn keeps rolling in March, trounces Gonzaga
After setting an appointment, a technician will bring the necessary equipment to your address. A site evaluation will determine if additional wiring is needed; this is usually included in the installation fee.
Internet costs vary based on the level of service you choose. A typical monthly fee for residential service, including taxes, is approximately $59-$69 per month.
There are no contracts.
Yes. Our experienced technicians can help during the installation process and will continue offering support when you encounter other internet-related issues.
Absolutely. We can do this over the phone or you can set up an in-store appointment. Our experienced technicians can help you configure your computer and answer your questions.
Yes. We do domain registrations for $19.95 per year and this includes DNS services.
Yes. Our email services are fully compliant with all email clients. We also have a web portal.
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Yes. We offer email hosting services for your personal domain.
Repair costs vary depending on what is wrong with your device. We do offer free diagnostics to help you determine whether or not to proceed with the repair.
We fix all laptops, desktops, and gaming consoles, as well as most phones and tablets.
We do not offer cable television services, but we do give free consultations on how you can “cut the cord”.
A connected home includes, but is not limited to, devices such as security cameras and thermostats. Usually, these can be monitored or controlled from any computer or smart phone.