Internet doesn't always make sense with its download speeds and routers and wires. Fortunately, DSL doesn't have to be complicated – it's easy to understand and easy to get in your home, just by using the resources here.
Why get a DSL connection?
Internet options are boundless – and you want to find the one that's right for you, and your needs. DSL might be the right choice for you if you're looking for:
- Different, flexible features. DSL service providers know that fast speeds are a number one priority – but features are the cherry on top of your Internet plan. DSL service providers offer everything from 24/7 tech support to free email addresses. DSL companies offer different plans with different features, so all it takes is a phone call to the DSL experts to find out which one suits your interests best.
- Convenient options. You want choices, but not so many that you feel overwhelmed. DSL companies are great at limiting the amount of options you have to choose from – but still offering enough Internet plan options to cover different types of budgets and needs.
- Simple and easy installation. Installation is undoubtedly one of the more dreaded aspects of getting something new. DSL service providers understand that not everyone is a DSL expert, which is why you usually get two options: professional installation or an easy, self-installation kit. The second option might sound daunting, but it's usually free and comes with a set of user-friendly directions.
- Almost forgot – fast speeds. DSL service providers offer fast speeds that are great for doing the online things you love: watching videos, sharing music, downloading games, uploading pictures. Internet plans feature different upload and download speeds – that way you can pick one that suits your online interests best.
DSL service providers have options for every budget and every need. All you have to do to find the right option for you is call today!
DSL without phone service
Many people think that you have to have a working home phone in order to get DSL Internet service – but you don't.
Standalone DSL just means you're getting DSL without any other home service that would also use your landline.
Even though a phone line is the perfect medium to seamlessly deliver both Internet and home phone, sometimes a DSL connection is all that makes sense for your home.
DSL service with home phone
Even though DSL is available solo, often times DSL providers offer bundles that are incredibly affordable.
A bundle simply means you are getting multiple services at the same time from the same provider – like a DSL connection and home phone. The reason it's so inexpensive to get both services is that they use the same phone line.
But, doesn't a DSL connection use the same technology that dial-up does? Nope. A dial-up connection can't support online activity and home phone activity at the same time – but DSL can.
DSL providers use technology that separates home phone data from your Internet connection. You can do both at the same time without issue.
Call today to find out what the bundling options are in your ZIP code!