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DSL (Digital Subscriber Line)

A digital subscriber line (DSL) is an internet connection that uses telephone lines to transfer high-speed data to users. This technology delivers digital signals over a phone line connected to a modem and helps prevent service interruption and other problems associated with older internet technologies. A DSL, for instance, allows users to browse the internet while making phone calls.

What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know About DSL (Digital Subscriber Line)

SMBs may want to invest in a DSL to increase their internet speed. A DSL can make life easier for small-business teams that rely on the internet to carry out tasks such as sending emails, video conferencing, file sharing, and project management.

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