When searching for a new internet provider in Toronto, you will definitely start feeling overwhelmed – there are so many options!
What is the difference between DSL, Cable, and Fiber? Between the three, which is the best? Which is the most reliable?
The following guide will help you make the right decision:
Digital Subscriber Line, better known as DSL uses an existing copper line of a phone line to deliver fast internet access. This type of connection is faster than DSL but slower than cable.
DSL is available in rural and urban areas but the further you are from the mainline the slower your connection and signal will be.
The best internet speed you can get from a DSL connection is 6Mbps and upload speeds of 640Kbps. This connection suits the needs of low volume internet users.