Difference between Broadband and Dial up?

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Dial up connection is normally slower than the broadband connection. A dialup connection links one to the Internet via a phone line and while connected you cannot make or receive phone calls. Broadband connects you to the internet through cable, satellite or DSL enabling you access many web pages at a greater speed and still be able to make and receive phone calls at the same time.
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The fundamental difference between dialup and broadband Internet connections is the manner in which the connection is made from your PC to the Internet. A dialup service connects
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1. Turn the Xbox game console off. Connect one end of a phone line to an active phone jack and connect the other end to the phone jack on the back of the Xbox. 2. Turn the Xbox on
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Both cable and DSL have speeds of 1 Mbps to 2 Mbps. Some cable connections have speeds as high as 6 Mbps. DSL is distance sensitive, because the signals are carried on copper wires.
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Yes cable and dsl are both broadband. It just means that more data goes through their wires. Wireless its just like a cellphone. It works with many of those providers, att, verizon,
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