Smart Communication provides ADSL Connectivity
What is ADSL?
ADSL is a fixed line connection to the Internet through the traditional copper telephone lines, and is a combination of data and line speed. Provided in areas where Fibre is not available.
The infrastructure provider for ADSL is delivered by Telkom, and we offer as a data provider services on top of this. A voice line is required, (Telephone connection) to use an ADSL line.
Data is measured in Gigabytes (GB), and the more you have then more data is available, and Speed is measured in Megabits per second (Mbps). This is the speed at which your data is transferred across your line. The higher the Mbps number, the faster the speed.
Why choose ADSL?
Some areas do not provide Fibre, whereas ADSL is available in most areas. It’s a stable and effective way to connect with fewer interruptions, especially when using heavy streaming for videos such as YouTube, Online Gaming or Downloading Movies and Files.
What is the difference between Capped and Uncapped ADSL?
Uncapped ADSL means there is unlimited data with no restrictions. Through some providers a Fair usage Guideline may apply. Capped ADSL has a set data limit for each month, and when you reach the limited amount your Internet is paused until you purchase an additional data bundle. If an out of bundle billing package was selected, then you will be charged per MB used over your limit.
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