ADSL


ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) is a type of broadband internet connection, which enables high speed data transmission through existing telephone lines without interfering normal telephone operations. It provides good quality, reliable connection adn hence well suited for moderate gaming, streaming multimedia, computer aided design, etc. But if the device is far away from telephone exchange or cable has discarded then speed dramatically drops down.

ADSL Speed:

The ADSL fastest modems dial-up are rated approximately 56 kbps (kilo bytes per second) and normally operate at 53 kbps under well in good condition. It utilizes point to point protocol (PPP), more specifically PPPoE (PPP over Ethernet) or PPPoA (PPP over AAL5), depending on the telephone company infrastructure. The download speed ranges from 1.5 to 8 megabits (MBPS), which is considerably faster than upload speed and depend on the grade of DSL service purchased. Normally internet cable capacity of ADSL network is up to 30 Mbps.

How does ADSL Works?

Benefits of Using ADSL:

At times, even though your ADSL is working at its high speed you might experience slow internet due to browser issues. In such cases Remo MORE can fix all the browser issues and increase internet speed drastically.

Why Choose Remo?

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