1. What is ADSL broadband?

ADSL is the next generation after dial-up, with improved speed/performance and more importantly a split in the line allowing simultaneous broadband and telephone connections. These connections can use copper telephone lines or coaxial cables to bring the data into your building. There have been improvements since the launch of ADSL, culminating in the most recent ADSL which offers considerably faster connections.

2. What is fibre optic broadband?

Fibre broadband, orFTTH, uses an entirely separate type of cable called a fibre optic cable. Each cable is comprised of thousands of individual fibres—each as thin as a human hair—which carry information in the form of light photons as opposed to the electrons pushed down a copper or coaxial cable.

The result? Much faster and much more reliable broadband connections.

3. What is different between ADSL and FTTH ? CompareADSLvsFTTH