What is a broadband access connection?

Answer A broadband access connection is basically a digital subscriber line (DSL) connection to a third-party Internet provider. It is thus named because it gives a computer access to a broadband connecti... Read More »

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Is getting broadband phone with broadband internet access like having a traditional phone and dial-up?

Voice over IP services (like Vonage, and others) use only part of your bandwidth (much like having another computer or browser attached). It won't need all of your bandwidth and can coexist with ot... Read More »

What is the difference between Dial-up connection and Broadband and 3G?

*Commercially any connection which offers bandwidth within 256KBPS is called Dial-Up (For example 2G networks).*And any connections offering Greater than 256KBPS of bandwidth are called as Broadban... Read More »

What is the difference between broadband and baseband connection?

What is the difference between a cable modem and a broadband connection?

A cable modem is a type of broadband connection.