What are the different internet service line types?

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Hello there.  I plan to get an internet connection installed in our house.  What are the different internet service line types?  I plan to use it for video streaming and some internet web browsing.  What service line type would you recommend?  Thanks in advance guys.

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What are the different internet service line types?

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Hello Emillekeila

There are many home internet connection options depending on the owner;
DSL (digital subscriber line); which is one of the most popularly used because of its high speed networking compared to the digital modem phone lines and sharing of connection is successful both with wired or wireless routers.
 Cable or modem internet which uses neighboring cable tv conduits not telephone lines but same broadband routers like the DSL.
Dial up is another which is gradually being substituted high speed options and it works with telephone lines.
ISDN which was used in the 90s.
Satellite internet.

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What are the different internet service line types?

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As of now these are the types of Internet connections 1. Leaselines this type of connection is permanently connected to the internet, but it's expensive. 2. DSL which is a widely used as the connection. 3. Cable Modems hook signal from local tv line 4. ISDN 5. Dial-Up connection 6. Satellite/Wireless connection

As for me I recommend you to use DSL connection since it is widely used nowadays as well as it has higher frequency  bands for data

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Hi Emileekeila. Regarding your queries about the different types of Internet Connections types, there are three Internet connection types that were commonly used, first is DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) it is one of the most common form of Internet connection, it provides high speed networking over ordinary phone lines using digital modems. DSL connection sharing can be easily achieved with either wired or wireless broadband routers. Second is Cable or Cable Modem Internet, it is a cable modem form of broadband. Cable Internet uses neighbourhood cable television lines rather than telephone lines. Lastly is the Dial up Internet, it is once the world standard for Internet network connections, but it is slowly replaced with high-speed options. Dial Up routers are difficult to find, expensive, and it does not perform well. But I advise you to use the DSL Internet Connection it is not too expensive and do perform well. Hope it helps.

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