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Unlimited DSL Internet

Benefits of DSL Service

DSL is best for those who:

  • Want to use the phone and internet at the same time
  • Prefer to use a modem to connect
  • Are located close to their internet provider’s central office
  • Don’t want to share speed with neighbors

DSL Provides

  • A 24/7 connection to the internet
  • Greater bandwidth capacity than dialup
  • Wider variety of speed tiers than dialup
  • More reliable network performance and higher speeds than dialup

Broadband routers and equipment

High Speed Internet equipment – wireless router

When you sign up for High Speed Internet and you purchase your equipment from Nextelle, you’ll get a wireless router that will provide firewall protection and a fast, reliable wired and wireless connection to multiple computers.

Home network support

Our support network offer useful tips and helpful advice on topics such as how to add computers to your home network and keep them secure.

Basic Information About DSL Internet Service

The days of unreliable Internet connections, impatiently waiting for web pages to load, and waiting hours to download something from the Internet are quickly becoming obsolete. Dial-up Internet, which used to be the standard for those seeking Internet access, is rapidly being replaced by faster, more reliable Internet access technologies. One of those technologies, DSL Internet service, is one of the most popular and affordable options for the home Internet customer. There are things to be aware of though, if you are considering using DSL for your Internet access.

DSL, or digital subscriber line, is a form of broadband Internet technology, that has download speeds that span 128 Kbps (Kilobits per second) to 24,000 Kbps, depending on the level of service purchased by the customer and the particular DSL technology in use by the ISP (Internet service provider). Using DSL allowed a regular telephone line to provide digital (Internet) service without getting in the way of existent telephone service on the line.

DSL did not take off immediately, because it was more profitable for local telephone companies to simply install a second phone line in a home in order to provide dial-up Internet service in addition to regular telephone service. Today, DSL remains the primary competition for cable companies and their high-speed Internet technology.

Despite the more reliable connections and faster rates of data transmission, there are some potential drawbacks to be aware of regarding DSL Internet service. For starters, the farther your house is from the telephone company’s central office, the less bandwidth you will have access to. This means slower data transmission rates, and therefore might mean less enjoyment for things like online gaming, video viewing, and picture uploading. Some might not notice the slower capacity for things like email and other basic uses, though.