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Business Class DSL


ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) is a technology for transmitting digital information at high bandwidths on existing telephone lines to homes and businesses. ADSL simultaneously accommodates both analog (voice) and digital data on the same line. ADSL is asymmetric in that it uses most of the channel to transmit downstream to the user and only a small part to receive information from the user.

DSC Business Class DSL offers speeds up to 6.0Mb downstream and 512Kbps maximum upstream depending on product selection, making it even faster than ISDN. In addition, DSC Business Class DSL sends data and voice over the same line so you can talk on the telephone while connected to the internet. With a router, you can connect multiple computers to a single DSL connection at no additional monthly cost.



How Can Your Business Benefit From DSC Business Class DSL?

  • Knowledgeable agents and staff are focused on your personal needs
  • Free local support
  • Convenient billing options
  • Why is distance important with DSL?

    Distance is important with DSL because it is not available everywhere, just in certain areas within certain distances from the serving central office.

    Do I need another telephone line to use DSL? 

    That answer to this question is maybe. It usually depends on your local telephone company and DSL technology.

    (((In the majority of circumstances, the answer is "no"; A single phone line is all that is required (i.e. line-sharing). ADSL operates at a different set of frequencies than standard voice telephones. The difference in frequencies allows both voice traffic and IP (Internet) traffic to co-exist on the same physical phone line. You simply need to obtain line filters (usually provided by your chosen service as part of your setup package) to plug in to the wall jacks you wish to use for normal voice telephones.)))

    Unfortunately, in a few areas with different types of DSL (such as SDSL), the answer may be yes.
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