ADSL


The letters ADSL stand for Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line

The letters ADSL stand for Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line

ADSL is a type of Broadband technology that’s used for connecting to the Internet.

ADSL uses existing telephone lines and allows a greater share of data to be transferred to the end user than other more traditional means. Growing in popularity, ADSL technology requires a special modem that is typically offered by the service provider.

The advantage of ADSL is that it’s faster than traditional methods, highly reliable and offers excellent voice quality.

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