Different Internet Speeds

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Different Internet Speeds

Different internet speeds can determine how fast the internet can run data and how much data the computer can download at a time. In today’s day and age, things move quickly so high speed Internet is used more frequently.

Internet is measured in kilobits and the slowest one is 28K dial up and takes about 30 seconds to download 800 kilobits of data. Then there is 58K which is the most kilobits you can have in a dial up connection.

Then you move to DSL speeds which are provided by DSL speeds and cable companies. The lowest speed of DSL is seven times faster than the fastest dial up speed. High speed Internet is the maximum speed that can be reached with DSL and cable and it is twice the speed of medium DSL service.

If you are looking to upgrade your internet services to high speed Internet, contact DoubleHorn at 1-855-61VOICE (86423) today.

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