Dorkins 08:01 27 Mar 2007

Have been trying to set uo a Broadband connection for my sister in-law. And she says that ADSL is completely different to DSL. In other words that although she has a Tiscali ADSL account we should still click on DSL? Advice please. Thanks

  postie24 16:47 27 Mar 2007

ADSL uses the bt phone line,whereas dsl uses a cable connection.You use the ADSL connection for your sister in-laws tiscali set


  rodriguez 18:16 27 Mar 2007

"What is the difference between ADSL and DSL?

ADSL is a type of DSL where the upstream and downstream speeds differ (hence the "asymmetric" part). There are many variations of DSL technology for different types of application (HDSL, SDSL, etc). "

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