Compare All DSL Providers

When selecting an Internet Provider for your home, you probably don't want to go straight into looking for a DSL connection, unless you are in a more rural or suburban area. While DSL connections are very common as they utilize phone lines, which are still in many areas across the country, it is a much slower service than Cable or even Satellite Internet alternatives like HughesNet or ViaSat.

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Compare DSL Internet Options In Your Area

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What Are The Restrictions of DSL?

While DSL is often a very affordable option and has better availability than Cable in many areas, it has many drawbacks. The primary issue that users encounter is slow speeds, which are often ranging from 1Mbps to 10Mbps. These speeds are a fraction of what Fiber, Cable, and even Satellite users are able to receive in most cases. The other major issue is the latency associated with the connection. While the connection may be better suited than Satellite Internet for online gaming, it is still not recommended. Most gamers experience considerable lag or delay in their games, which can render competitive online games unplayable.