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International Cable Protection Committee (ICPC)     View
The principal purpose of this telecommunications industry organization "is to promote the safeguarding of submarine cables against man-made and natural hazards. ... Members co-operate closely with fishing, undersea mining, oil and gas, dredging, ...
http://www.iscpc.org/

T1 Rex???s Business Telecom Explainer     View
From the web site: "A companion site to T1Rex.com, here???s where you???ll find easy to understand information about complex telecommunications and networking technology. T1 Rex explains how T1 lines work, VoIP telephone, PBX, virtual private network ...
http://t1rex.blogspot.com/

Who Called Us     View
Use this service to determine who is calling from the U.S. when the telephone is ringing, you do not recognize the number, and caller ID says "name unavailable." Also includes lists of most frequently listed numbers on the site. Data is ad ...
http://www.whocalled.us

Consumer Reports: Best Cell Phone Deals     View
This consumer article provides suggestions for choosing cell phone providers, following the 2007 national annual survey that "found that fewer than half of respondents were completely or very satisfied" with their cell phone service. Explan ...
http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/electronics-computers/phones-mobile-devices/phones/cell-phone-service-providers/cell-phone-service-1-08/overview/cell-service-ov.htm

CTIA: The Wireless Association     View
"CTIA [Cellular Telecommunications and Internet Association] is the international organization that represents all sectors of wireless communications-cellular, personal communication services and enhanced specialized mobile radio." The site ...
http://www.ctia.org/

Western Union Telegraph Company Records, 1820-1995     View
This listing of Western Union Telegraph Company records begins with a concise history of the telegraph, including Samuel F.B. Morse's invention of the early telegraph, the Morse Code system, further developments that allowed Roman letters to be sent ...
http://invention.smithsonian.org/resources/fa_wu_index.aspx

Telecommunications Research & Action Center (TRAC)     View
This site helps consumers with telecommunications information so that they can make informed decisions. You can compare plans from major long distance carriers. It offers information on long distance plans, calling cards, time periods, telephone slam ...
http://trac.org/

Federal Communications Commission (FCC): Consumer Information Directory     View
This is a directory of FCC consumer information sites for telephone, broadcasting, Internet, and wireless communications. It includes rules and regulations, how to interpret a telephone bill, telephone and other communications scams, where to report ...
http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/consumers.html

The History of AT&T     View
A site about AT&T (American Telephone and Telegraph Company), founded in 1875 by Alexander Bell. Features a timeline and overview of company history (including the 1984 divestiture), a history of the AT&T network, and information about the in ...
http://www.corp.att.com/history/

Hamilton Web Relay     View
"Hamilton Web Relay allows individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or speech disabled to place and receive free calls using any Internet-connected computer and a web browser" Their site also includes a news page with information on technology relat ...
http://www.hamiltonrelay.com/internet_relay/web_relay/index.html

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