spuds 14:14 18 Mar 2007

I am in the market for a wired adsl modem. Looking through a selection of router modems, one in particular states that the digital signaling protocol is ADSL-ADSL2-ADSL2+. All the other modems appear to state ADSL only.

Is there a big advantage or significance between ADSL only and the 'extra' ADSL2-ADSL2+. Want to make a purchase, but not sure of the way forward.

Two particular models that I am looking at, are from Ebuyer click here Quickcode 48449 and Quickcode 90977, unless of course you can suggest something much better.

  Diodorus Siculus 19:16 22 Mar 2007


  Stuartli 19:43 22 Mar 2007

The 90977 is the model I have from e-Buyer - it's a rebadged Safecom model for e-Buyer's Value range - and I paid £23 before the price dropped...:-(

It's been in constant use for more than six months, has never missed a beat and is capable of being used up to 24MB (hence the ADSLMax2+).

Originally used on 2MB service and now "up to 8MB", which it took in its stride.

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