Please use the following chart to help you choose the service that is right for you.
|Broadband Service||Description||Upload Speed||Download Speed||Static IP Available||Phone Service Required|
|Dial-up||Dial-up Internet is a cheap form of Internet access that uses a telephone line to establish an Internet connection. It's best for occasional Internet usage, being suited mainly for basic Internet activities such as checking e-mail, chat or regular surfing. Phone service required.||56 Kbps||56 Kbps||N||Y|
|Cable broadband||Cable Internet is a form of broadband Internet access that uses the cable television infrastructure. Depending on the plan & speed you choose, it can be a solution for virtually any Internet activity, including music and movie download or live streaming. Big savings ussually available when it's bundled with cable TV and phone services.||5 Mbps||60 Mbps||N||N|
|DSL||DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) is a form of technology that provides broadband Internet access over the wires of a local telephone network. DSL includes both ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line), the most commonly installed DSL technology where the downstream speed is higher than the upstreem speed, and SDSL (Symmetric Digital Subscriber Line) where the downstream and upstream data rates are equal. Depending on the plan & speed you choose, it can be a solution for virtually any Internet activity, including music and movie download or live streaming. Big savings ussually available when it's bundled with television and phone services. Phone service required.||35 Mbps||40 Mbps||Y||Y|
|Satellite||Satellite Internet is Internet access provided through the satlellites network. It's best suited for homes or home based businesses located in areas where cable Internet or DSL Internet is not available, being more expensive than these Internet access solutions and usually with limited download allowance..||300 Kbps||2 Mbps||N||N|
|VoIP||VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol/IP) is a technology that delivers voice communications and multimedia sessions over IP networks, such as Internet. It's great for cost-conscious consumers who're looking to reduce long distance phone bills, used in tandem with all broadband connections .||speed variers by ISP||speed variers