When you are talking to an internet provider, they tend to throw all sorts of specialized jargon talk at you. Most people don’t actually understand or know what half of the computer and internet terms even mean, so they just kind of go with it and hope for the best. The method of decision isn’t always the best way to go because you may end up signing yourself up for something that you never wanted in the first place. Before you call up an internet provider, know some of the basic facts first.
First and most important, is the speed of the internet. There is DSL and dial-up speeds, and when it comes to internet, always go with DSL. DSL stands for Digital Subscriber Line and allows high speed access to the internet without having to be connected to a ho phone line. You also will not have to login each time you try to access the internet.
Many times, the provider will ask you what sort of bandwidth you would like. Most people don’t even know what that is. Bandwidth is the transmission capacity that carries the internet traffic. The higher the bandwidth, the more information is will be able to read at a high speed. If you are constantly downloading things off of the internet, you may want to get a higher amount of bandwidth for your internet.
Also, if you have a lap top or a portable computer, it will be beneficial to you to ask them about setting up a wireless network. That simply means that they will connect a wireless router that to the internet connection and make it available for you to get wireless internet from anywhere in your home.
If you are unfamiliar with anything that your provider is talking about, be sure to ask them about it.
They won’t mind answering questions about it because, after all, it is their job.
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