In addition to the regular monthly fee, find out what other fees are possible with the Internet service and how could you avoid them? Some possibilities are installation fees, overage charges if you go over a data limit (mostly for satellite providers and those with data caps), service fees if a technician has to come out to service your equipment, or cancellation fees (only for providers that are bound you in contracts).
DSL is comparatively a lot more reliable and faster than Satellite Internet. It’s because phone lines can transfer or receive any type of signals faster than a satellite dish can.
At the same time, every subscriber has a dedicated DSL line just as they have for the phone service. That’s why more users streaming on the Internet at the same time wouldn’t cause any lag or affect the Internet speed at all.
DSL is also a lot cheaper than Satellite connections with hefty installation costs.
Fiber-optic Internet or Fiber Internet is a high-performance Internet that can reach up to 940 Mbps of speed. It uses a fiber-optic cable that can send data as fast as 70% of the speed of light. It is also comparatively less susceptible to weather than the other broadband connections so that minimizes the outages as well. And due to high performance, it’s comparatively more costly than the other types of broadband.
With DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) users get a fast connection from a phone-jack on an existing telephone line. DSL operates within the frequencies in which the telephone doesn’t so you can use the Internet while making phone calls as well. It is widely available and it costs less than Satellite Internet. With DSL, every subscriber has a dedicated line, just like the phone service. So a lot of people online at the same time wouldn’t put a heavier demand on DSL lines.
A wide global network of devices connected by Cable, DSL (Digital Subscriber Line), or by signals is called the Internet. Just the webpages are not the Internet but it comprises all the things like e-mail, newsgroups, webpages and FTPs (File Transfer Protocols), etc.