What is ADSL?
ADSL is an entry-level broadband service delivered on an analogue line, which provides download speeds of between 2MB and 24MB, although this is very much dependant on the distance to the exchange. Upload speeds are typically below 1MB.
ADSL connections are not suitable for VoIP.
Benefits of ADSL
Usually, it is the lowest-priced of all current internet connectivity options, and will typically be delivered within 10 days.
This solution is ideal and cost effective for small or satellite offices, but we would always recommend that a converged voice variant is used to guarantee voice channels for VOIP.
ADSL is also used as a suitable back-up service for fibre leased lines.