Internet Service Providers (ISP) comes in different shapes, sizes and forms. ISPs provides Internet connectivity though different Internet technologies; dial-up, DSL, broadband, cable and wireless networks. You can contact an ISP through their website and/or toll-free phone number. But, if you need physical address and location, it is easy to find as long as the ISP is listed in business directories. If not, some of them list this information on their websites.
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Go to the ISP's website and look for a link that says "Contact Us." Some ISPs will list their mailing address on this page. If not, click on "About Us." It can be listed here also.
Go to the Switchboard website. Type in the name of the ISP in the "Business Name or Category" box and click "Search." The business will show up with a listing and map. For instance, search for "Netzero" and see that their are located in Woodland Hills, California.
Call the ISP and ask them for their physical address. The ISP may not list their address on their site, but they will list their phone numbers. Call the number and ask the customer service representative for the address and location. If they have several physical locations, the customer service representative will need to know what you will need this information for.
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