Internet Facts You Need To Know

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You have a lot of questions: What are my options for internet on my home PC? What are the options for internet service in remote areas? Which internet plan is best? What is broadband? What is DSL? Who …

You have a lot of questions: What are my options for internet on my home PC? What are the options for internet service in remote areas? Which internet plan is best? What is broadband? What is DSL? Who has the cheapest internet? Which internet provider should I choose? What's the alternative to satellite internet in rural areas?

We answer all of these questions and more!

Link at the end of the video: http://dishcostsless.com/dish-network-internet

Phone number at the end of the video: 1-877-369-3474 (1-877-369-DISH).

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  • 1. Internet Answers ???
  • 2. Types of Internet Service • Dial-up – Internet connection over phone lines – Much slower than broadband – Generally avoided • Broadband – Always-connected internet – Much faster than dial-up – Several different types
  • 3. Types of Broadband Internet Service • DSL – Digital Subscriber Line – Often less expensive – Quality varies depending on distance from central office • Cable internet – Works via cables – Faster than DSL – Can bottleneck and slow at peak usage times
  • 4. Types of Broadband Internet Service • Satellite – Beams in from space – Available in almost any location – Often comparable to cable internet speeds • Fiber Optic – Light transmitting over fibers – Highest speeds – Can be expensive and in limited areas
  • 5. Broadband Internet Options AT&T Century Link Cincinnati Bell Earthlink Frontier TDS Verizon Windstream Brighthouse Cablevision Comcast Mediacom Charter Buckeye Cox Sudden Link Time Warner Cable One
  • 6. Most Subscribers (approximate) Comcast – 20 million AT&T – 16 million Time Warner – 11.5 million Verizon – 9 million CenturyLink – 6 million
  • 7. Advertised Monthly Price Comcast AT&T Time Warner Verizon CenturyLink starts at $39.95 starts at $29.95 starts at $14.99 starts at $19.99 starts at $19.95
  • 8. What are my rural internet options? • Dial-up – Speed: Up to 56 kbit/s • Satellite internet – Speed: Up to 10,000 kbit/s (10mbps)
  • 9. More information More info about Dishnet satellite internet: http://www.dishcostsless.com/dish-network-internet Help choosing an internet provider in your area: 1-877-369-3474 (1-877-369-DISH)