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Q: What is Aggregated ADSL?
Posted by - NA - on 02 Dec 2008 12:13 PM
A: Aggregated ADSL is a service that uses multiple ADSL lines (at least 3 lines) and combines the individual bandwidth of each into a single, virtual, high-speed pipe to the Internet. As a result you will have an Internet connection with a minimum of 4.1Mb download and 1.9 Mb upload speed. This speed can be increased if the customer opts to install the individual ADSL lines at a higher speed (base speed is 1.5).

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