Company offering internet access.
a company or system that helps you get connected to the internet , and provides a way for your computer to get web pages etc
A company that provides Internet access to its customers. The customer's modem dials a phone number at the provider's location to make the connection. If the provider's number is a local call, there is no further hourly charge. The provider's fee is usually a flat monthly rate.
The company or institutions that enable Internet access, e.g. T-Online, AOL or universities. Without a provider, access to the Internet is not possible.
Someone who sells-or gives away, in some cases-access to the Internet.
A general reference to an Internet access provider, a company that has its own dedicated access to the Internet and can therefore sell dial-up IP accounts to Internet users.
In online terms commonly refers to the business or individual who you use to dial-up and access the Internet.
See Internet provider.