What is ADSL?
Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) is technology for internet access using copper telephone lines to send and receive data for internet use, while allowing users to use the phone at the same time. It’s much faster than historic dial up modems, but has recently been surpassed by other broadband technologies such as Fibre Optic, LTE and satellite internet.
In general, it is generally well-suited for moderate gaming, computer-aided design, streaming multimedia, and downloading files, though typically max speeds are at 10 Mbps (compared to 100+ Mbps found using fibre).
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