Broadband internet service is a part of many people’s daily lives, whether at home, at work, with our phones and even at coffee shops and other public locations. Many terms are used by advertisers and computer nerds, but what do they mean?
|Cable and DSL Broadband are priced differently, and depending on your individual needs, either one can be a good fit for you. For the average home computer user that is surfing the internet for news and email, DSL is probably a good solution. For online gaming, downloading large files, and heavy internet streaming (movies and video), cable may be a better solution. Cable is typically more expensive than DSL.|
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