Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Lines (ADSL) are a cost-effective fixed line solution for reliable internet access. They are called asymmetrical because your download speed is higher than your upload speed. These types of connections are well suited to your regular internet uses – including emailing, browsing, watching videos and social media. VDSL stands for Very-high-bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line, and delivers a much faster experience. VDSL is ideal for handling both high demand web services like HD streaming, and tasks like VoIP over a single connection. VDSL has only been made available to a small number of locations but is growing as existing infrastructure is upgraded.
Get connected with ADSL ASAP. A widespread and established infrastructure already exists for this type of fixed line connection, meaning minimal waiting.
Fixed line solutions deliver a solid internet connectivity experience, at a reasonably low price point, and are perfect for standard “surfing” for home and business needs.
VDSL runs over a single flat untwisted or twisted pair of copper wires, with speeds of up to 52Mbit/s downstream and 16Mbit/s upstream.
Line speeds from 10Mbps and up – available in ADSL and VDSL (from 20Mbps) – lend themselves to online gaming, including mass multiplayer online.