How Does ADSL Broadband Work?
Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) is a broadband connectivity service run over the copper network. The copper cabling is deployed from the exchange to the corresponding cabinet, from here Intouch Advance can connect this to your premises. A microfilter is plugged into the PSTN line to allow both voice and data to run simultaneously over the PSTN Line.
ADSL broadband remains the most cost-effective broadband solution and is perfect for basic email and business internet usage. Intouch Advance provide high-quality, reliable ADSL broadband services with an average speed of up to 16Mbps depending on location.
If your telephone exchange and line have been upgraded to BT’s new 21st-Century Network system (21CN) then you may achieve ADSL2+ speeds of up to 24Mbps maximum download.