DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) is a type of technology that connects you to the internet over a telephone network. Unlike cable, Verizon High Speed Internet gives you a dedicated line from our central office to your home that’s all yours. Being neighborly is great but sharing your internet connection? Not so much.
Greater bandwidth capacity
Unlike a dialup connection, which is limited to 56k, DSL is available in a wide variety of speed tiers.
DSL provides a 24/7, “always-on” connection, with no waiting to dial into an internet connection.
DSL offers more reliable network performance and higher speeds than dial-up modems with a wide variety of options.
While cable bandwidth might potentially be shared by hundreds of your neighbors, DSL Internet with Verizon HSI provides a direct connection.
Because the splitter sends voice and data signals to different areas of the phone line, DSL users can talk and surf the Internet at the same time.
Isn’t it time you took a look at whether you’re getting the most coverage from your internet connection? Verzion DSL is widely available in thousands of areas across the country and it’s easy to get set up. Find out if DSL service is an option in your neighborhood.